Furniture Retailingin Australia
Australia Market Research and Industry Report
12 September 2007
Industry Code : G5231
This industry is part of the Retail Trade division in Australia. Operators in this industry retail a broad range of furniture, mattresses and blinds. These products are purchased from domestic manufacturers and wholesalers. Operators then retail these goods, through their stores to the general public for private use.
It is important to note that those entities which primarily operate in the repair or installation of blinds or awnings are excluded from this industry. Also excluded are entities that primarily manufacturer or wholesale furniture, mattresses, blinds, etc.
ANZSIC definition: This class consists of units mainly engaged in retailing household furniture, blinds or awnings.
The major products and services in this industry are:
| - ||Lounge/dining room furniture
| - ||Bedroom furniture
| - ||Outdoor/garden furniture
| - ||Blinds
| - ||Other furniture||
The primary activities of this industry are:
| - ||Antique reproduction furniture retailing
| - ||Awnings retailing
| - ||Blinds retailing
| - ||Furniture, household, retailing
| - ||Mattresses retailing|
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