Sunair has announced that it will close its Awning business and close its factory, but it won’t be the last big business to close.

In fact, it’s been on a steady decline.

The company is closing more than 50 stores in the US, Europe and the Middle East, and its global network of more than 5,000 outlets is also on the decline.

In 2018, Sunair will close a total of 15 outlets across the US and Europe.

Sunair said in a statement that it is committed to investing in the industry, and is confident that its future will be defined by its commitment to its employees and the communities in which we operate.

“We have built a strong brand, an outstanding customer service and our ability to provide the most advanced, high-quality products for our customers,” Sunair CEO and co-founder Mark Luscombe said in the statement.

Sunair is currently a private company, and all its employees are unionized. “

Our focus is on delivering our customers value, which is why we are reopening our retail locations and manufacturing in new, better locations.”

Sunair is currently a private company, and all its employees are unionized.

Sunterra, which owns about 2 per cent of Sunair, has also said it will continue to operate its factory.

Sunyeras Awninings, which was owned by Sunair until 2012, will close on September 4.

Sunserra, whose parent company is Sunair and was founded in 2001, said it is closing a number of stores.

Suniras Aweber has announced it will also be closing stores.

The retailer said it would be closing 10 of its stores in 2018 and will close another 15 stores by the end of 2019.

Sunvera, which operates about a dozen Awnier stores, said in an email it will be closing a total 50 stores across the United States by the start of 2020.

Sunverta has said it has no plans to close any stores.