March 12, 2008, 12:00 AM

Web retailer Max Furniture projects fourth straight year of 35% growth

Max Furniture, a Dallas-based web-only retailer, expects to increase its sales this year to $15 million or more for its fourth straight year of growth exceeding 35%.

Max Furniture, a Dallas-based web-only retailer, expects to increase its sales this year to $15 million or more for its fourth straight year of growth exceeding 35%.

“We have grown in excess of 35% each of the last three years and expect to do the same this year,” says Martin Jamroz, president of Max Furniture.

The retailer, which ships to Canada as well as throughout the U.S., operates an 80,000-square-foot warehouse in Dallas and recently signed up with HomeDirectUSA for delivery services.

HomeDirectUSA provides a comprehensive set of delivery services, including warehousing, inventory management, and unpacking, assembly and installation of delivered products for end-customers. It handles large items like furniture as well as consumer electronics and other smaller items, the company says.

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