- Some things never change. // Furniture/Today;5/9/2011, Vol. 35 Issue 35, p2
The article focuses on the notion that more things stay the same when they are changed, specifically in the furniture industry in the U.S.
- Let the good times roll, again. // Cabinet Maker;11/7/2008, Issue 5613, p3
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by Dids MacDonald about the safeguards needed to protect copyright in design, and another article which emphasizes the importance of maintaining a strong unified industry voice.
- Trilliums: It's time for everyone to get involved. Knell, Michael // Furniture/Today;9/10/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p46
Focuses on the integrity of the Trillium Awards competition for the household furniture makers in Canada. Critic of the Ontario Furniture Manufacturers Association on the competition program; Effort of the committee to redesign the competition program; Significance of the manufacturers support...
- High Point Market offers chance to exchange smiles. // Furniture/Today;10/22/2011, Vol. 36 Issue 8, p158
The article presents the author's views on the role played by the High Point Market in the furniture industry.
- A SHOW OF FAITH. Sidkin, Stephen // Cabinet Maker;7/12/2013, Issue 5844, p54
The article presets an answer to a question involving supplier and distributor in the furniture industry.
- National Furniture Week support grows. // Cabinet Maker;05/04/2001, Issue 5236, p4
Reports on the increase of support to the National Furniture Week in Great Britain.
- April sales volume growth nosedives. // Cabinet Maker;05/11/2001, Issue 5237, p6
Reports on the sales volume in the furniture industry on April 2001.
- New products. // Wood & Wood Products;Oct96, Vol. 101 Issue 11, p112
Presents a listing of products to be used in the woodworking industry. Products include, double wall drawer system, hinge/boring insertion machine, multi-purpose lubricant, table saw fence, and others; Detailed description of products.
- Reducing Rework Adds Plant Capacity--Inexpensively. Marak, Daniel M. // Wood & Wood Products;Dec2000, Vol. 105 Issue 13, p83
Asserts that a decrease in rework may be an answer to the plant capacity problems of furniture industry. Examples and assumptions about the effects of quality control; Steps to minimize rework.