CCCE/WPE conference attendees to tour Charlotte's Carocraft Cabinets
Carocraft, established in 1976, specializes in manufacturing commercial casework and millwork.

CHARLOTTE -- Attendees to the Wood Pro Expo/Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo March 6 all-day education sessions will be treated to a tour of Carocraft followed by a reception at the headquarters of Biesse America, which is sponsoring the tour.  Both facilities are located in Charlotte.  An additional plant tour is also planned, according to Laurel Didier, Publisher of Closets & Organized Storage Magazine, which manages the event.  Carocraft, established in 1976,  specializes in manufacturing commercial casework and millwork in its 47,000 sq. ft. facility.  Plant tours are a mainstay for the educational and networking portion of CCCE and WPE events. 

Also on the schedule:

  • Top Shelf Awards Reception at the Nascar Hall of Fame, attached to the Charlotte Convention Center (sponsored by JB Cutting, CCF Drawers and KCD Software)
  • Free OpeningKeynotes on March 7 and 8
  • Young Wood Professional (YWP) award on the show floor
  • Products Showcase
  •  All new Top Choice awards (attendees choose the most outstanding innovations on the show floor)

View full conference agenda.

The 2019 Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo takes place March 6 - 8 at the Charlotte Convention Center. A day-long conference runs Wednesday, March 6, followed by a two-day Expo March 7 - 8. The Cabinets & Closets 2019 event is co-located this year with Wood Pro Expo Charlotte, an annual regional show that brings education, equipment, and supplies close to cabinetmakers and custom woodworking businesses around the country.


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Harry Urban is the retired publisher of the Woodworking Network. Urban spent more than 30 years working in business-to-business publishing, trade shows, and conferences. He has travelled extensively throughout North America and overseas visiting and reporting on major manufacturing facilities and trade shows. In retirement, he's still following the woodworking industry, but he plans to do a lot more fishing.