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“Jersey, being little more than a rock in the English Channel, obviously has some


transport challenges but a delay in the delivery of new furniture was far too long.


” The goes with furniture. A


Customers who have purchased a new bed, wardrobe or chest of


s the popular song goes “I want it all and I want it now”, so the same


answer - Now what was the question? by ARTHUR LE CORNU, DIRECTOR, FURNITURE WORLD by ARTHUR LE CORNU, DIRECTOR, FURNITUREWORLD


drawers do not want to wait weeks or even months for delivery, they want them now! Well, before Furniture World Express was established in 1995 that is exactly what they had to do. Customers had to wait six to th


before they re n


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Arthur Le Cornu had


alread b alr ady been running a


successful removals and delivery business for twenty years alongside a used furniture business. In 1995 when he


bought Furniture World he soon realised that a wait of anything up to three months for the delivery of new furniture was unacceptable.


Jersey, being little more than a rock in the English Channel, obviously has some transport challenges but a delay in the delivery of new furniture was far too long.


Arthur said “I realised that holding stock was the way forward and so I began Furniture World Express with the aim of offering next day delivery of most items. I did this by


is Furniture World


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