case goods

case goods

pl.n.
1.
a. Pieces of furniture, such as bookcases or chests of drawers, that provide interior storage space.
b. Pieces of furniture that are not upholstered, including bookcases, tables, and chairs.
2. Food and beverage products sold by the case.

case′ goods`


n.pl.
furniture designed for storage, as cupboards, bureaus, or wardrobes.
Also called case′ fur`niture.
[1920–25]
References in classic literature ?
A respectable hill of case goods, water-kegs, and personal dunnage was piled on the deck alongside.
furniture case goods manufacturing operations to custom production.
And as case goods continue to hit lower prices from such players as Ashley and Rooms To Go, RTA vendors have had to be more creative and step up their offerings.
Golden State Vintners is one of the largest suppliers in the United States of premium wines, wine processing, barrel fermentation and storage services, wine grapes and case goods to California's major branded wineries and to a number of international wineries.
Suzi Mc Collection carries Mayo upholstered furniture such as couches and chairs and case goods from several different manufacturers.
Ethan Allen (NYSE: ETH) has established an entirely new direction for its American case goods manufacturing operation, a shift unprecedented in its history: The company's wood furniture is becoming a custom business.
Harden, a case goods and upholstery manufacturer, will show off its new and improved showroom during the market.
A-America of Tukwila, WA, is a 30-year-old case goods importer of solid wood collections.
Louis, Missouri based Furniture Brands International (NYSE: FBN), announced today the closing of its Corporation case goods manufacturing facility located in Lenoir, North Carolina.
The 533,000-square-foot Cedartown plant manufactures metal and wooden case goods, vertical and lateral filing cabinets, desks and bookcases.
Thomasville, a subsidiary of Furniture Brands, said it would close a case goods plant and several support facilities in Thomasville, N.
The company's products, which are marketed under the widely recognized Panolam[R], Pionite[R] and Nevamar[R] brand names, are used in a wide variety of residential and commercial indoor surfacing applications, including kitchen and bath cabinets, furniture, store fixtures, case goods, and other applications.