From Home Furnishing Business
Canadian Furniture Maker Sues Ikea
A defunct Canadian company which purported to be “the largest manufacturer of IKEA upholstered furniture in North America” has launched a $25 million lawsuit against the Swedish-born retail giant for breach of contract.
Vaughan’s Zsemba Apron and Upholstery Ltd. (ZAU) was one of the many independent suppliers Swiss based-IKEA Supply AG relied on globally to produce its retail divisions’ popular ready-to-assemble furnishings, from reference samples and drawings and sometimes through their own innovation.
But that once mutually rewarding relationship, which accounted for 75 percent of family-run ZAU’s business, ended badly.
Read Entire Story Source: The Toronto Star