Now in its 36th year, the FDMC 300 is the woodworking industry's oldest recognized ranking – by sales – of the largest North American manufacturers of cabinetry, furniture, architectural millwork, retail fixtures, home organization, windows/doors, components and other wood-related products.

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Rankings are based on sales figures provided by the companies or obtained through research.
Current as of Jan. 31, 2022.


The annual summary of wood manufacturing firms' sales performance is published in the February 2022 edition of FDMC magazine, with updates and industry snapshots posted online and in print. For more information on the FDMC 300, contact Karen Koenig at

Download a PDF of the 2022 FDMC 300 rankings, as the list appears in print. (Information as of Jan. 31, 2022.)


Market Leaders

Meet the 2022 Wood Industry Market Leaders

The 2022 Wood Industry Market Leaders are (in alphabetical order): Lisa Carlquist, president, Artisan Custom Closets; Kelly Dame, president & CEO, Woodgrain; Daniel Drapeau, president & CEO, Miralis; Scott Prillaman, senior vice president-U.S. Operations, Hooker Furnishings; and Kelly Victor-Burke, owner/CEO, Burke Architectural Millwork.

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Steelcase to reduce spending and lay off 180 salaried positions

A decline in incoming orders and lower than expected return-to-offìce trends in the Americas, Steelcase Inc. plans to implement additional actions in the third quarter which target further reduction of our planned level of spending including a reduction of approximately $20 million of annualized spending and are expected to include the elimination of up to 180 salaried positions across America's core business and corporate functions.

Woodworking Industry News

eSolutions Furniture names president and CEO

Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada -- The eSolutions Furniture company has named Luc Mongeau as president and CEO effective immediately. Mongeau will succeed Mike Evans, president, and CEO, who will be retiring on September 30, after 24 years of service to the company. The retirement of Mike Evans is consistent with the planned changes following the merger of Bestar and Bush Industries to create eSolutions Furniture more than two years ago.