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Robert Kaufman's annual revenues are $100-$500 million (see exact revenue data) and has 100-500 employees. It is classified as operating in the Apparel, Piece Goods & Notions Merchant Wholesalers industry.
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ARTISAN BATIKS Fabrics and textiles for use in the manufacture of clothing, clothing accessories, quilting and crafts
ROBERT KAUFMAN FABRICS Fabrics and textiles for use in the manufacture of clothing, clothing accessories, household items, quilting and crafts
ROBERT KAUFMAN Fabrics and textiles for use in the manufacture of clothing, clothing accessories, household items, quilting and crafts
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