Non-Durable Good

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Non-Durable Good

A good that is intended to be used completely within three years. Examples of non-durable goods include office supplies, food, and newspapers. While they tend to be less expensive than durable goods, non-durable goods are a major subset of consumer goods.
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M2 PRESSWIRE-July 25, 2019-: Global $625M Aircraft Soft Goods Market, 2026 - Wool/Nylon Blend Fabric Segment Projected to Witness a Strong Growth
US-based "mom and baby" soft goods maker Bebe au Lait has acquired US-based baby bath accessories firm Puj, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 13, 2016-Infant Soft Goods Firm Aden + anais Acquires US Baby Sleep Specialist Halo Innovations
announce a new marketing alliance that enables the treads, trims and components supplier to sell the Vipac line of vinyl zipper bags and packaging to bedding, home fashions, apparel and other soft goods manufacturers.
Stoll CMS machines run in production centers for medical devices such as for soft goods as well as for special upholstery solutions and intriguing sport goods.
Apparel and soft goods maintained a 24% share in 2012 and 2013, up from 22% in 2011.
Moore arts and crafts specialist is seeking 22,000- to 30,000s/f locations, preferably in shopping centers with discount department stores and major off-price soft goods retailers, hut will also consider supermarket-anchored centers.
In a soft goods switch up, Kerry Getz and Mike York are off of Ezekiel.
Pam Stickland is the new director of soft goods licensing.
NEW YORK-Waterworks, known for its high-end bath fittings and fixtures, is penetrating the department store channel with the rollout of a wide assortment of soft goods at the upscale Marshall Field's chain.
HCC Brands director of marketing Annett Davidson believes treating candles as home decor items and displaying them with soft goods makes a lot of sense.