When asked what industries they sell to, 84.6% of respondents sell to the residential cabinetry and closets market, primarily cabinetry parts, doors and drawers.
A recent survey of component and dimension producers found while business has slowed due to COVID-19, the majority are still optimistic about 2020 sales, particularly in the residential markets.
LINDSTROM, Minn. - Whether or not your state considered wood products manufacturing an essential business, there's no denying the coronavirus pandemic has had a significant impact on all facets of the woodworking industry, manufacturing as well as retail. The wood components and dimension stock markets are no exception.
If you are a manufacturer of wood components or dimension stock, membership in the Wood Component Manufacturers Association is now more important than ever. The WCMA is committed to becoming a progressive, nationally recognized association whose focus is meeting the needs of its members.
By Amy Snell
Outsourcing wood components makes good sense. It can oftentimes save money and enables you to take advantage of other’s design and production expertise, thereby saving on the personnel and capital expenditures that would otherwise be required if you were to produce the parts in-house. If any of these thoughts run through your head, outsourcing is most likely the best decision you can make:
By Amy Snell
Wood products manufacturers share tips at co-hosted WCMA and MMPA event.
LINDSTROM, Minn. – Registration is now open for the Wood Component Manufacturers Association’s 2019 One-Day Regional Plant Tour Event. The WCMA is partnering with Eagle Machinery & Supply Inc. to host the event, to be held June 20-21 in Lexington, Kentucky. The event includes tours of a state-of-the-art wholesale manufacturing facility, as well as a tour of one of Kentucky’s oldest and smallest distilleries. This event gives attendees an opportunity to see advanced machinery in action, and network with others in the industry.