Brazil’s Furniture Union Puts 2006 Production on Sale

Unimóveis, the Furniture Worker Union of the Brazilian northern state of Amapá is promoting a furniture sale. The special promotion is taking place at the Furniture Maker's Union of Amapá (Sindmóveis).

The showroom is offering solid-wood furniture like racks, wardrobes, beds, tables, chairs, plush chairs, upholstered furniture, bookshelves, patio furniture, cabinets and others.

According to the market consultant of the Local Wood Production Arrangement, who is responsible for the sale, Paulo Atinizan, last year there was an increase in design consultancy for the 45 participants of the cooperative and they started producing furniture with different finishing, innovation and design.

"The values offered are below market price, with a discount of 20% for cash payment or for purchases in up to six instalments on credit cards. Our forecast, after this sale, is to begin production for 2007," said consultant Paulo Atinizan.

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