The special edition: Innovators, Educators and a Commitment to Excellence Through Technology, sponsored by the Woodworking Machinery Industry Association, is now available in print and as a special digital edition.
Winner of the Wooden Globe award for Commitment to Excellence through Technology, Rodgers Wade stresses the importance of using automation to improve productivity.
A new process for building whiskey barrels leads to Jack Daniel’s Cooperage winning a Wooden Globe for WMIA Innovator of the Year.
Stanley Furniture will end domestic production of its Young America furniture Robbinsville, NC. The award-winning operation had been hailed as a successful example of reshoring furniture manufacturing from China.
Stanley Furniture has been awarded the 2013 Wooden Globe for its Commitment to Excellence through Technology, by the Woodworking Machinery Industry Association.
Koetter Woodworking has been awarded the 2013 Wooden Globe, Innovator of the Year by the Woodworking Machinery Industry Association.
Investments in technology help Koetter Woodworking to survive — and thrive. The company was named 2013 Innovator of the Year by the Woodworking Machinery Industry Association.
Dean Mattson, director of the Wood Manufacturing/Cabinet Making Program at North Salem High School, Salem, Ore., reacts to winning the WMIA Wooden Globe Educator of the Year Award.
By Dean Mattson