One of Senatobia’s longest-tenured industries will close its doors for good over the next couple of months.
Chromcraft Revington Douglas (CRD) Industries Ltd. completed the purchase of a 375,000-square-foot manufacturing and central distribution center in Sardis last week.
Production at the new location is expected to be up and running within 30 to 45 days in the vacant Springs Global Building at the Industrial Park in Sardis.
The Senatobia facility, which currently has 30 employees, has been used as a warehouse/distribution center for the Chromcraft, Peters-Revington, Douglas and Cochrane furniture brands since May of 2015.
For more on this developing story, read the Tuesday, Feb. 28 printed edition of the Tate Record.