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We list 11 new companies in the 2011 list, replacing woodworking firms that have closed or been combined with other companies.
Furniture upholstery company origins in lean manufacturing before it was well-known.
Gene Wengert discusses softwood market and ways to promote domestic hardwoods.
Company will invest more than $6 million to expand Jasper, Ind., facility in 2012.
Additional manufacturing space will be used to produce Unicontrol 6 window machines for Chinse market.
Schnadig's Lauren Ralph Lauren, Caracole Light lines to be produced at Key's Wilkesboro, N.C., plant.
Data shows Mississippi furniture industry produced $5.5 billion in total output from 2005-2010.
To compete globally, U.S. furniture manufacturers must adopt new technology and techniques.
As competitive advantages for imports decline, the successful factory of the future will look a lot like today's cabinet manufacturing plants.
Contract furniture producer expands into large Las Vegas space with advanced panel processing capabilities.
Upholstery operation uses technology to increase efficiency, reduce waste and cut process time.
CPSC commissioner says that furniture makers need to provide government regulators with practical guidance.
Paris, Tenn., company has continued in the same location despite many challenges.
How best to achieve the Holy Grail of automated woodwork manufacturing.
Tearout is more severe and deeper when the lumber has been overdried.
AHFA has institutionalized the environmental management program and made it accessible to companies large and small.
Problem: Cabinet shop faces slowing demand and increasing price competition. Solution: Capitalize on CNC to develop unique new product lines.
Ohio upholstery manufacturer concentrates on custom order business, improves processes and quality.
The announced closure of Stanley Furniture’s plant in Henry Co. signals the end of the 1970-style mass furniture production.
Cabinets may not have the proper design and construction to ventilate heat generated by today’s electronics.
Plan ahead for price increases and possible lumber shortages.
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