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Bedroom Furniture Shipping

bedroom furniture shipping
    bedroom furniture
  • furniture intended for use in a bedroom
  • Furniture sets that are placed in your bedroom such as bed, dresser, chest of drawers and nightstand. Some bedroom collections even come with an armoire, chiffonier or storage chest. Depending on your preference, you may choose contemporary, traditional or transitional styled bedrooms.
  • Ships considered collectively, esp. those in a particular area or belonging to a particular country
  • The transport of goods by sea or some other means
  • (ship) transport: transport commercially
  • A charge imposed by a retail company to send merchandise to a customer
  • transportation: the commercial enterprise of moving goods and materials
  • conveyance provided by the ships belonging to one country or industry
bedroom furniture shipping - South Shore
South Shore Step One Collection 5-Drawer Chest, Chocolate
South Shore Step One Collection 5-Drawer Chest, Chocolate
This 5-drawer chest with its rich dark Chocolate finish has a timeless look and blends easily in any decor. The contemporary lines are soften by the curved kick plate. Matte chrome handles are adding character and value to the furniture. This chest is made of recycled CARB compliant particle pannels. The glides are made of polymer and include dampers and catches, creating a secure environment for little ones. . This chest has to be assembled by two adults. Measures 30 inches wide by 16 inches deep by 44 inches high. It is delivered in one box measuring 52,5 inches by 19,75 inches by 6,75 inches and weights 82 pounds. Tools are not included. 5 year warranty. Made in Canada. Manufacturer style number: 3159035

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Pair of Metal Emeco Navy style chairs - Canadian made by Simmons Limited, Montreal
Pair of Metal Emeco Navy style chairs - Canadian made by Simmons Limited, Montreal
Yesterday was a great day! This darling pair of chairs came from a 'secret spot' from down around the way from us for $1. I love Canadian metal office furniture. Canadians seem to have taken the time to elevate small details of the design that really make a piece sing out. These steel chairs made by Simmons Limited of Montreal are no exception. The chair style seems to be very reminiscent of the aluminum Emeco Navy chair. But I think these chairs are so much cooler. They're more refined. The legs struts have a beautiful inner curve to them that really compliment finer gauge of the steel tubing that was used. The Emeco chairs look brutish by comparison. I also love their institutional paint jobs, peach & pale yellow. We'll probably take them to some chair bodyshop and have them sandblasted and repainted something else (any suggestions?). The seat pads will be an easy re-do and then they'll be sweeeet, and cheap. This guy wants $979.00 (per chair!) for something similar. I would ballpark these chairs for being made around 1959. Simmons would go on to become a major international mattress company with their 'Beautyrest' line of products (below is a 1959 article). Simmons has brought Canadian homes, hospitals, hotels and institutions a beauty and comfort never before known. The products made by the company cover the familiar range of merchandise for which it is famous, such as mattresses, beds, springs, pillows, cribs, Hide-a-Beds, sofas, chairs, and other dual purpose furniture. Nowadays it also includes an impressive range of metal furniture, for hotels, motels, hospitals and institutions, and furnishings for ships (berths, bunks) and for lumber and mining camps. Indeed, Simmons is the pioneer manufacturer of metal bedroom furniture in Canada. Every detail, no matter how small, receives careful supervision and inspection. The Simmons' products combine the strength and durability of steel with the beauty and distinctive charm of the furniture makers' art. It is a simple job to keep Simmons' metal furniture lustrous for years because it has no cracks or crevices, and metal in itself gives protection against mice, vermin, warping and twisting. I need more of this furniture in my life.
1st Class Ships Cabin Bathroom Cabinet
1st Class Ships Cabin Bathroom Cabinet
A stunning piece of 1st Class Shipping furniture, manufactured by the famous London Company Spillman & Co. What appears to be just a chest of drawers is in fact a self contained sink unit and drawers. The sink is porcelain and sits in a thick white marble top. Beneath the wash basin are two dovetailed drawers; one shallow and one deep, and two cabinet doors. One of these is for storage, and the other for the receptacle which stores the waste water. This runs from the sink via lead pipe (which runs down inside the cabinet) to the bottom left compartment. This very rare piece is certainly from either the first class cabin of an early 1900's steam Ship, or from the bedroom of an extremely lavish yacht. The manufacturers badge is on the inside of the second drawer down, and reads Spillman & Co. St Martins Lane, London Dimensions - 38" Tall x 31" Wide x 19.25" Deep

bedroom furniture shipping
bedroom furniture shipping
Elements of Shipping
Since it was first published in 1964, Elements of Shipping has become established as a market leader. Now this new edition has been entirely updated and revised to take in the many changes that have occurred in the shipping industry in recent years and the increased emphasis placed on professionalism, qualified personnel and the need for the latest available technology.
With new chapters on seaports and electronic data interchange, it explains in a lucid, professional manner the basic elements of shipping embracing operating, e-commerce/computerization (shipboard/trade), commercial, legal, economic, technical, managerial, logistics and financial considerations. It also reflects recent major trends including the impact of globalization, current good practice and future trends. All twenty-two chapters have been updated and over half of the content is new.
Filling a gap for the discerning reader who wishes to have a complete understanding of all the elements of the global shipping scene together with the interface with seaports, international trade and logistics, it remains essential reading for shipping executives along with students and academics with an interest in the shipping industry.