HIGH POINT, NC– Veteran luxury furniture executive Eric Graham has been named president of Fine Furniture Design.Graham joins Fine Furniture Design from Century Furniture, where he most recently served as senior director of Century Wood Products and Century Leisure. During his 12 years with the company, he also served as senior manager for Century Office and Century Entertainment and product manager for the Century Elegance upholstery division.
A former retailer, Graham was president and co-founder of High Country Accents in Jackson Hole, Wyo., and buyer and assistant manager at Ladlow’s Fine Furniture in Scottsdale, Arizona. Before that he operated Graham International, a supplier of Asian-sourced furniture and component parts to leading U.S. manufacturers and retailers.
“We are very excited to bring Eric on board to lead Fine Furniture Design as our new president,” says Brian Ohlrich, president of Fine Furniture (Shanghai) Limited. “Eric brings a wealth of experience to his new role, having worked in various sales, product development and product management positions over the course of his career. He understands our customers and has worked with many of them in his past roles. Having also founded and owned his own high-end store, he also understands consumer needs.”
Graham replaces Jim Adams, who left Fine Furniture Design in March. In his new position, Graham will report to Ohlrich.“I am very excited to join the Fine Furniture family with its significant opportunities for growth based on its manufacturing capabilities and unparalleled reputation for quality and value,” Graham says.
Fine Furniture Design builds its furniture at its Shanghai manufacturing plant. This state of the art facility is one million sq. ft. and houses some of the most adavanced epuipment available in the woodworking industry.
In addition the state-of-the-art facility is dust-free due to filters and an advanced air filtration system. “As we move forward, we want to continue to deliver the great quality, value and product our customers expect, while working to increase our levels of customer service, product options and design offerings.”
Fine Furniture Shanghai Limited was party to a counter vailing duty judgement in 2014 over flooring manufacture in China following a complaint brought by American Coalition for Hardwood parity.
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