Bebe wood is finally selling its furniture to a new owner.
The company announced today that it has bought a 70-acre wood flooring facility in Virginia, where it will create furniture that will be used for “the new Bebe furniture brands”.
The move comes after a six-year battle with the federal government, which wanted Bebe to produce furniture that was made in China and imported from countries like the Philippines and Vietnam.
But Bebe, which is owned by Australian billionaire Peter Walters, refused to let go of its Australian home furnishers brands, including the popular furniture company, Bebe.
The move follows years of legal wrangling and a campaign by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to stop the company from producing products that were manufactured in Australia.
“Bebe Wood has never been a furniture brand.
We have a history of producing furniture that is produced and sold in Australia,” the company said in a statement.”
The Australian furniture industry has been the lifeblood of the Bebe brand, and the Bebefood brand has built a solid foundation in the local industry.”
The furniture brand started in the 1980s and has been in the furniture business for more than 40 years.
Bebe’s Australian headquarters are in Melbourne, and its Australian headquarters is in Sydney.
The furniture company has more than 500 employees in Australia, and plans to open a factory in Melbourne to produce some furniture that it plans to sell at a later date.
The new Bebbe furniture brand is expected to debut in the US next year.