KCMA commits to stand firm on tariff fight

The Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association is standing firm on its antidumping and countervailing fight with the board literally standing shoulder to shoulder on a dais at the group’s annual spring meeting in support of these efforts. “We're going to continue to fight for our fair trade agenda,” said Jeff Gulledge, president of Montgomery, Alabama-based Bishop Cabinets and the incoming chairman of the association board. “We've seen the real dollars, $4.9 billion, by seeing this enforced properly. And we're going to continue to stay the course.”


Cabinets certified to last

For nearly six decades, the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association has ensured that cabinets can withstand the abuse they endure every day in a typical household.

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KCMA conference in review

The Kitchen Cabinets Manufacturers Association’s fall conference drew 260 Attendees from more than 100 companies, including 70 first-time attendees And 9 new member companies. And these numbers would have been slightly higher if not for the last-minute resignation from the association and withdrawal from the proceedings of three major cabinet companies and the company representatives that were scheduled to participate in the weeklong celebration in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Oct. 3 through 7.