flat-packed

flat-packed

adj
1. (Commerce) Brit (of a piece of furniture, equipment, or other construction) supplied in pieces packed into a flat box for assembly by the buyer
2. (Furniture) Brit (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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David Trubridge: David Trubridge minimizes his carbon footprint by using bamboo, a facility with 100-percent renewable electricity and flat-packed recycled packaging.
Symphony Recycling Technologies is planning to offer a collection service for the flat-packed tyres from garages and tyre depots.
They also answer the retailers' dilemma of space when it comes to holding stock, by being supplied flat-packed.
This dilemma formed part of the brief to our design team, who have succeeded in creating a robust, stylish design that is also delivered flat-packed.
the Peugeot 407 SW Estate easily took a full load of flat-packed furniture.
But the classic was a guy who turned up in a Metro to collect a bathroom suite and asked if it came flat-packed.
Adesso Lighting has launched a new division that will plug into flat-packed furniture.
The furniture modules are shipped flat-packed via UPS and an entire studio cabinet can be easily assembled in a few hours.
Sauder, the nation's largest maker of flat-packed furniture, has formed a new service organization designed to provide in-store service and sample assembly to its retail customers.
Sources close to the 135-store chain told HFN that the top three domestic producers of flat-packed furniture -- Sauder, O'Sullivan and Bush -- recently made presentations to a group of Levitz buying executives, who were expected to decide on a strategy within the next two weeks.
At the April market, DesignWorks will show buyers a new line of flat-packed furniture that it says can be assembled in less than three minutes without any tools.
Buoyed by 11 months of solid sales from flat-packed furniture, retailers active in the category are headed into the critical holiday selling season with aggressive plans that include a focus on a growing assortment of casual dining products, chairs and futons.