Can the same custom kitchen really cost three or even seven times as much from one shop as another? The answer is a resounding yes, according to information submitted for the annual FDMC Pricing Survey.
Lean guru, Brad Cairns returns to the Cabinets & Closets Expo & Conference in Pasadena, March 27, 2018
PASADENA, Calif. - Is your woodworking shop ready for Industry 4.0?
What separates a good design from a mistake? Acclaimed designers Laurie Haefele and Knikki Grantham share their insight at the 2018 Cabinets & Closets Conference.
Rick Thaler knows firsthand how one business path can diverge into another. The president of OGB Architectural Millwork, Thaler has been in the woodworking business for almost 40 years. "I started as a hippie carpenter with a 450-square-foot shop making custom furniture and kitchen cabinets and evolved, through trial and error, into a business that does entirely commercial cabinet work and architectural woodworking, with 85 employees, a 30,000-square-foot plant and $10 million in annual revenue," he said.
Having trouble solving some of your cabinet company’s problem areas? Need some practical advice? A look at some of the key issues facing small- and mid-size woodworking shops will be the focus of the roundtable discussion, “What’s your problem?” presented by the Cabinet Makers Association.
Advanced Cabinet Systems V.P. Whitney Pyle will offer steps to take to ensure all people become integrated and engaged in our organizations and our industry.
CCCE 2018 tour will stop at Semihandmade's Duarte facility first, followed by a stop at its future 25,000 sq. ft. headquarters in nearby Monrovia.
The Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo returns to Pasadena with a full slate of educational sessions and promise of a packed exhibit space.