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  • n. Plural form of shopfitter.


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  • You will have a familiarity with shopfitters and other vendors and possess a calm, diplomatic and highly organised persona.


  • Overseeing shopfitters and working with store planning teams you will ensure departments are planned, constructed and presented appropriately and then maintained to a very high standard.


  • Nabarro has issued a High Court claim against shopfitters Uno Group in a bid to recover more than £50,000 in fees.

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  • The approval - which paves the way for two Church of England secondaries - Aigburth's St Margaret's and city-centre Archbishop Blanch to co-locate at the site - came despite heavy criticism from city builders and shopfitters W Braithwaite and Son, which employs 100 staff on the Botanic Estate adjacent to the Littlewoods building.


  • From construction workers to car builders, graphic designers to shopfitters, the downturn is hitting a wide swathe of people with very different skills.

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  • The importance of STY as the number one ranked shopfitter of the top 42 shopfitting companies is that its revenue has been far more than its rivals for quite some time now and the National Association of Shopfitters stated in September that it would be difficult to replace STY in the sense that the vast majority of shopfitters in the UK do not have the capability to undertake the major contracts for the big supermarket chains, for example.



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