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flat-pack

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(Furniture) (of a piece of furniture, equipment, or other construction) supplied in pieces packed into a flat box for assembly by the buyer
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Ikea is the world's largest retailer for furniture and is known for its ready-to-assemble furniture and other home appliances.
IKEA is a multinational group of companies that designs and sells ready-to-assemble furniture, appliances, small motor vehicles and home accessories.
The company, which started as a small furniture store in Sweden in 1940s, later turned into a world-wide home products company that designs and sells ready-to-assemble furniture, appliances and home accessories.
The affordable quality home furniture concept is the first of its kind to be introduced in Bahrain through IKEA, which designs and sells ready-to-assemble furniture and home accessories reflecting its extensive experience with international designs and specifications.
The brand also has a catalogue featuring furniture collections, ready-to-assemble furniture and also has a bridal registry.
OSHA proposed that the Michigan-based maker of ready-to-assemble furniture pay $108,700 in penalties.
Ready-to-assemble furniture manufacturers have found ways to satisfy various configurations, dimensions and componentry, while not sacrificing style.
About two-thirds of the plant's product is sent to American kitchen cupboard manufacturers and makers of ready-to-assemble furniture.
Creative Furniture Outlet in Honolulu offers a wide array of ready-to-assemble furniture and is the only local store that has Sealy brand-name futons.
It is expected to satisfy about two per cent of North America's demand for particleboard, supplying companies such as Sauder Woodworking of Ohio, the largest ready-to-assemble furniture plant in North America, and VT Industries of Iowa, the largest manufacturer of kitchen counters in North America.
But when Bush Industries (NYSE symbol: BSH), a ready-to-assemble furniture maker in Jamestown, N.
Ready-to-assemble furniture manufacturer Sauder Woodworking of Archbold, OH, will phase out production at its Progressive Furniture plant in Claremont, OH, according to the Hickory Record.