Outsourcing cabinetry components offers speed, quality, and consistency. If your supplier provides quality and consistency, outsourcing can mean zero waste.
In this free webcast, a trio of experts from Drawer Connection, Northern Contours, and Elias Woodwork cover opportunities for profitable capabilities only available through outsourcing wood components.
They will also explain how outsourcing can make it easier to keep up with the latest trends in color, texture and materials. And for specialty components made infrequently, or requiring specialized equipment, outsourcing provides a high-value-added specialties like contoured doors and .
What you'll learn:
• How to evaluate and track supplier quality
• What payment terms can you negotiate
• What are the signs a supplier isn't right?
• How to simplify material logistics in your shop
Who should attend:
• Cabinet Shop Owners
• Furniture Manufacturers
• Moulding & Millwork Shops
• Door Manufacturers
President & CEO
Based in Mesa, AZ, Drawer Connection manufactures custom drawers and drawer boxes, using dowel, dovetail and box-joint construction. Drawer Connection has been serving custom cabinetmakers and the commercial cabinet industry since 1997.
Home Organization Channel Manager
Michele has extensive experience in developing market channels for wood component manufacturers. She travels frequently throughout the U.S. and Canada working with closet companies to stay on top of current and emerging trends in the closet/home organization market. Northern Contours, St. Paul, MN, is a leading manufacturer of cabinet components for the Kitchen & Bath industry, as well as specialty components for Commercial industries.
Since joining Elias Woodwork in 1998, Jeremy has held worked his way through the Winkler, Manitoba wood products manufacturer over the years, including job costing, order processing, production scheduling, customer service, business development, product development, software development and now marketing.
Bill Esler is responsible for coordinating all content for Woodworking Network, including its namesake magazine, related newsletters, and Woodworking Network Live conferences at Cabinets & Closets Expo, at the 2015 Toronto Wood Machinery & Supply Show, and at other industry venues. He also chairs the Woodwork Career Alliance Education Committee, the woodworking industry education advocacy arm of WCA.
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