No injuries in Blum warehouse partial roof collapse
May 23, 2019 | 4:52 pm UTC
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Blum's U.S. facility

STANLEY, N.C. - No one was injured after a small portion of Blum's warehouse roof collapsed. The affected area is under construction,  part of the hardware company's building expansion project.

No construction was being performed at the time of the incident, Blum said, and the company has resumed normal operations. The cause of the collapse, which occurred May 23, is under investigation.

Blum offers a full range of hardware, including hinges, drawer runners, lifts and drawer box systems. The U.S. office is located in Stanley, North Carolina.

 

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