The Best of Competition 2021 award winner, Honey by DARRAN Furniture, is a stylish, highly adaptable workplace system.
Worthington Architectural Millwork will invest $1.473 million over the next three years to expand its manufacturing operation in Orange County, Virginia. The company specializes in high-end custom cabinetry and millwork.
MANHEIM, PA -- Woodworkers from the Lancaster, PA region and beyond flocked to Wood Pro Expo Lancaster on Thursday, October 14 to attend the opening of the two-day event. "We were pleased with the long queue of attendees waiting to get into the show before the opening," said Lewis Goldman, WPE Lancaster managing partner. "It's been two long years since the last event and the crowds here are a testament to the pent-up demand for a face-to-face event." He said he expects a good turnout for Day 2 as well.
By Harry Urban
The company describes October Mist 1495 as a gently shaded sage that anchors and encourages creative expression through color.
MARTINSVILLE, Va. -- Paul B. Toms has retired as chairman of the board of Hooker Furnishings Corp. effective immediately. The residential furnishings giant has named Henry G. Williamson Jr. as his successor.
The Angelina Forest Products turnkey facility has been producing southern yellow pine lumber products since late 2019 and is expected to progress toward a full production capacity of approximately 305 million board feet over the next three to four years.
OTTAWA, Ontario – The Canadian housing market has moved to a “high degree of vulnerability,” precipitated by pricing and valuation imbalances that are intensifying in Eastern Canada and continuing to persist in Ontario, according to the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC).
WILLIAMSPORT, PA – Hermance Machine Company is marking the completion of its acquisition by Würth Baer Supply Company, which was first announced in April. Hermance Machine Company dates back to 1875 under the name Rowley & Hermance. In 1902 Albert Hermance opened the facility that the company remains in today. After Albert Hermance, two generations of the Monks family owned the business until 1987 when Joseph Strouse became the owner.Strouse has been dedicated to running the business and has been instrumental in its growth since the late 1980s.