Bella IMC offers to assist Wood-Mode dealers
Bella IMC produced semi-custom and custom frameless and frame cabinetry, under the Wood-Mode and Brookhaven brands.
HUNTERTOWN, IN – The recent announcement by Wood-Mode deciding to close its doors after 77 years in the cabinet manufacturing business has left many cabinet dealers uncertain about fulfilling their cabinet orders, according to Bella IMC. The company produced semi-custom and custom frameless and frame cabinetry, under the Wood-Mode and Brookhaven brands.  Bella IMC™ (Innovative Modern Cabinetry) of Northeast Indiana is reaching out to the Wood-Mode dealers left with unfulfilled orders with a message of hope and optimism. 
“We wholeheartedly sympathize with all who are effected by this situation and just want to extend an offer to help where we can,” states Grant Weber, Bella IMC Director of Operations states.
The unique Lockdowel system utilized by Bella IMC allows their modern European style cabinets to be quickly and easily assembled on-site. This could prove pivotal for cabinet dealers desiring to honor and fulfill orders, while under an unforeseeable time crunch. Bella IMC cabinetry is ideal for businesses wanting to meet the needs of future customers by allowing options that not only provide rich color and texture choices, but also enable consumers to easily change the look of a room by simply swapping out cabinet doors and hardware.  
“Our affordable, easily-assembled, quality-controlled custom and semi-custom frameless cabinetry, paired with our network of business-to-business partners to fulfill orders outside of our specific realm of expertise is an invaluable resource,” Weber says. “Call us. We would love to work with the dealers effected by the Wood-Mode closing, and put together an individualized plan of action that will meet or even exceed their expectations.”
To contact Bella IMC call: Grant Weber, Bella IMC [email protected]  260-338-2577.

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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.