Who Owns Chromcraft Revington, Inc., et al. Remnant Assets?
Oak Point Partners acquired the remnant assets of the Chromcraft Revington, Inc., et al. Bankruptcy Estate (Chromcraft) in November 2017.
On March 5, 2015, Chromcraft and its affiliates filed a voluntary chapter 11 petition in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware, jointly administered under Case No. 15-10482. Thereafter, the case was converted to chapter 7, and a trustee was appointed to liquidate the remaining assets of the estate. Oak Point Partners acquired the remnant assets of the Chromcraft Revington, Inc., et al. Bankruptcy Estate in November 2017.
Related Entities: Cochrane Furniture Company, Inc., Sport-Haley Holdings, Inc.
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About Chromcraft Revington, Inc., et al.
Chromcraft designed, imported, and manufactured residential and commercial furniture. The company is credited as being the first to create a tilt-swivel dining room chair. In the casual dining market, Chromcraft was recognized as a leader in design, style, function, and comfort. Chromcraft grew to become one of the largest home furnishings companies in the world.
Chromcraft also operated as Cochrane Furniture Company, Inc. and Sport-Haley Holdings, Inc.
The former headquarters of Chromcraft was located in Senatobia, MS. The company also had corporate addresses in West Lafayette, IN, Lakewood, CO, and Denver, CO.