New orders for Nova LifeStyle
As an important partner of four of Berkshire Hathaway Company's furniture divisions, Nova has taken another step in securing market share both in North America and worldwide
Nova LifeStyle, a U.S.-based fast growing, innovative designer, manufacturer and distributor of modern LifeStyle furniture, announced new purchase orders from CORT Furniture Rental, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. CORT is the latest addition for Nova LifeStyle’s ongoing relationship with Berkshire Hathaway Inc.’s other three furniture divisions, namely Nebraska Furniture Mart, Homemakers and RC Willey.
«This new round of purchase orders from CORT Furniture Rental is crucial in our strategy to further increase sales in North America through expanding existing business relationships», stated Tawny Lam, President of Nova LifeStyle. «Furthermore, supplying furniture to CORT, which is set to be one of the largest furniture rental companies in the world to date, is a great opportunity for Nova LifeStyle to extend our footprint into new territories. We are pleased with the continued growth that we are seeing in North America that’s in line with our growth initiatives».
As an important partner of four of Berkshire Hathaway Company’s furniture divisions, Nova has taken another step in securing market share both in North America and worldwide. Nova LifeStyle, Inc., a NASDAQ Global Markets Exchange listed company headquartered in California, is a fast growing, innovative designer, manufacturer and distributor of modern LifeStyle furniture.
Primarily sofas, dining rooms, cabinets, office furniture and related components, bedrooms, and various accessories in matching collections. Nova’s products are made in the US, Europe, and Asia and include LifeStyle brands such as Diamond Sofa, Colorful World, Giorgio Mobili, Nova QwiK, and Bright Swallow International.
Nova’s products feature urban contemporary styles that integrate comfort and functionality incorporating upscale luxury designs appealing to LifeStyle-conscious middle and upper middle-income consumers in the U.S., China, Europe, and elsewhere in the world.