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MFI has undergone a management buy-out, securing the future of up to 3,100 jobs in its furniture retailing business.
MFI, the furniture retailer, is to expand its commercial and marketing team with seven new staff over the next few months, in order to support its move into new product categories.
MFI has confirmed plans to set up a 750,000 sq ft furniture distribution and call centre at the Nimbus Park development near Doncaster, with the creation of 250 jobs.
MFI is considering plans to set up a 750,000 sq ft furniture distribution centre at Nimbus Park in Doncaster.
MFI is planning to sell its 200 furniture stores to Merchant Equity Partners for a nominal sum, in order to focus on its Howden Joinery business.
MFI has sold Hygena Cuisines, its French kitchen furniture retail business, to Nobia of Sweden for £92m.
MFI, the furniture retailer, is said to be considering plans to close at least 20 branches, relocate 70 of its largest stores and close some of its eight distribution centres.
MFI is to recruit 60 temporary staff at its Hygena furniture factory in Stockton, while 115 temporary staff are being made permanent.
MFI is planning to open up to 40 out-of-town furniture stores over the next year, taking its total number of outlets to 254.
MFI is planning to open 25 high street furniture stores, while a further 50 superstores will be revamped.
MFI has acquired Sofa Workshop for £12m, and the Sofa Workshop products will be introduced into all 192 MFI furniture stores by the end of 2003.
MFI, the furniture retailer, is to relocate its call centre and 165 staff from the Sunderland Enterprise Park to a new site in Wayfarer Road in July, with the creation of 60 jobs.
MFI is to invest £4m in the expansion of its Hygena furniture factory in North Lincolnshire, with the creation of up to 50 jobs.
MFI is planning to open 45 out-of-town furniture stores this year, as well as 10 smaller high street stores.
MFI is forming a £4m joint venture with Ethan Allen of the US to open five premium furniture stores in the UK, and there could be potential for up to 40 stores.
MFI is to create 90 new jobs in a £2m investment at its Hygena furniture factory in Stockton, but up to 358 jobs will be lost at plants in Hull.
MFI is to spend £65m refurbishing its 190 UK furniture stores and opening up to 60 new outlets over the next three years, and is also planning to open four stores in Taiwan this autumn.
MFI is planning to open 20 high street furniture stores this year, rising to 50 a year by 2003.
MFI is planning to open 50 new furniture stores over the next three years, and has announced a deal with Dixons to sell Hygena kitchens at 40 concessions in Currys stores.
MFI, the furniture retailer, is planning to expand its new smaller high street format, following the success of a trial in Chiswick.
MFI has sold its Hygena Packaging subsidiary to La Rochette of France for £37m.
MFI, the furniture retailer, has set up a customer service centre at the Sunderland Enterprise Park, creating 120 jobs.
MFI, the furniture retailer, is to create 120 jobs at a call centre in Sunderland Enterprise Park.
MFI is planning 14 Howden Joinery stores to sell kitchen and joinery products.