Los Angeles-based residential furniture manufacturer Nova LifeStyle said in an SEC filing it made a share transfer agreement to sell its China manufacturing subsidiary for $8.5 million.
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Architecture firms are beginning to feel the impact of labor shortage across the construction industry, according to the latest Architecture Billings Index issued in September.
The 2016 annual Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI) convention taking place Sunday, October 23 until Tuesday, October 25 in Kansas City, Missouri will visit veneer firm C.S. Humphrey & Co. and RCS Millwork's 60,000 sq. ft. plant. The convention will also feature educational sessions, industry professional speakers, team building, networking, and over 50 industry-leading exhibitors.
The U.S. Forest Service has finalized a policy that it says will provide nationally consistent training, evaluation and certification requirements for the use of chain saws and crosscut saws on National Forest System lands.
The Timber City exhibit is drawing attention to the recent boom in the worldwide movement toward timber construction. It's a market that lumber firms like D.R. Johnson are gearing up to serve.
Office furniture giant Herman Miller has sued British Columbia-based Gold Leaf Holding Ltd. for producing and selling knock-offs of its Eames furniture collection. The Eames collection is an iconic industry design.
Owing to its highly efficient glue nozzle design, Gannomat's Selekta 253 can glue and insert at a rapid pace: 40 dowels per minute.