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Furniture Factory 4.0

Lectra 4.0 Webcast

If you missed our recent webcast with Lectra on what the furniture factory of the future will look like, then you can click here to watch the recorded version.  Topics include what trends and challenges are affecting furniture factories in the US & Worldwide and how these challenges are changing furniture production.

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Blogs

  • Thomas Lester

    An Inside Look

    Thomas Lester

    June 21, 2016

    What's gaining ground this summer market season?

    It's that time again as we prepare for the summer market season. This week, buyers and designers get their first look at what's new in showrooms at the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market. That show sets the stage for what should be another strong run in rugs. Next month, more new rugs will be on display at the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market, and again at the Las Vegas Market. It’s one of the busiest times of the year in the rug world, as manufacturers and importers put their best foot forward and stores send their ...

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  • Larry Thomas

    Special Order

    Larry Thomas

    February 25, 2015

    Market dates: Let’s have a clean fight

    The recent dustup over the dates of next January’s markets in Las Vegas and Dallas brought back some not-so-fond memories of an earlier conflict involving the Las Vegas Market. That one, as furniture industry regulars will recall, pitted the Vegas market against High Point — the granddaddy of furniture markets — and turned a bit ugly at times. Here’s hoping the current backers of the Dallas and Las Vegas shows don’t resort to those tactics. The catalyst for much of the High Point-Las Vegas sniping was former Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman. He famously told a Las Vegas newspaper ...

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