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New Distribution Agreements, Products Boost Legare

Wednesday July 10th, 2013 - 11:40AM

Legaré has announced strategic domestic and international distribution agreements that will provide it additional global market coverage. The company also revealed some of its latest new product launches as the Summer Las Vegas Market approaches.

The company related that it has signed agreements for exclusive U.S. domestic warehouse distribution with Red Star Traders, an e-commerce specialist, beginning in 2014. Red Star will offer a full line of exclusively designed Legaré-RST Kids Collections tool-free furniture targeting the top 100 online retailers, the furniture producer noted. Distribution will flow from RST’s direct to consumer fulfillment system and network of integrated distribution centers located throughout the United States, according to Legaré. Additional sole-agent agreements have been signed to distribute into Great Britain and Ireland, India, China and Taiwan, and Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia, the company maintained. Legaré has hired a new managing director of Europe, Lionel Chevalier, who will manage the company’s sales and marketing, product development and 3PL distribution in the region from a new office in Lille, France.

Legaré conveyed that, among the product it is featuring as the Summer Las Vegas Market approaches, the Princess Bunk Bed comes in eye-catching pink and white colors with end panels crafted into crown forms. The bed provides multifunctional sleep, storage and study features with its single-over-double beds, inner wall shelving storage and an outer extra-wide work surface.

The Castle Loft Bed, featuring crenelated notched upper panels and royal blue and white colors, also offers sleep, storage and study features in a upper single bed, shelving storage inner wall and space-saving inner corner desk with additional lower shelving and outer extra-wide work surface.

All Legaré furniture features patented tool-free assembly, the company pointed out.