Chalk & cheese
- Pulling power. Hollyer, Tony // Cabinet Maker;07/16/99, Issue 5146, p26
Features Crofts & Assinder, Birmingham, England-based handles and fittings company. Background; Production methods; Labor issues; Price of raw materials; Company exports.
- Special C&A supplement. // Cabinet Maker;11/28/97, Issue 5066, p30
Reports on the availability of a 16-page supplement to handles and fittings supplier Crofts & Assinder Inc.'s product catalog.
- Firm handle on quality. // Cabinet Maker;09/17/99, Issue 5155, p2
Reports the achievement of ISO 9001 registration by Crofts & Assinder for quality assurance systems covering design, manufacture and supply.
- Arty look for handles. // Cabinet Maker;02/05/99, Issue 5124, p19
Introduces two kinds of handles from Birmingham, England-based fittings maker Crofts & Assinder.
- LEARNING BY EXAMPLE. // Cabinet Maker;8/21/2015, Issue 5945, p24
The article discusses the highlights of The Furniture Makers' Companys second Young Professional Industry Experience in 2015. Topics discussed at the event include the career opportunities for aspiring young professionals in the furnishings industry and industry challenges. Among the program...
- Council forces pub to serve slowly. Mellows, Phil // Publican's Morning Advertiser;10/4/2012, Issue 73, p1
The article reports on the decision made by Westminster City Council to force a pub to serve its customers slowly, in which Tracy Bird, Newman Arms' freeholder, agreed to the Council's decision fearing she would receive a licence review if she did not comply with the demand of the council.
- Doorman helps to cut thefts in pub. // Publican's Morning Advertiser;11/8/2012, Issue 78, p12
The article reports on the restoration of the regular service speed on the pub of Tracy Bird in Fitzrovia and reopened the pie room after the clarification of the Westminster City Council that she would not make her licence reviewed if she failed to take their advice in London, England.
- The History of the SCCA. Hylton, Peter // Sports Car;Mar2012, Vol. 70 Issue 3, p98
The article discusses various issues related to the history of the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA). It was SCCA members like John Fitch and Briggs Cunningham who first went to Europe and proved that American cars and drivers could compete head to head with Europe's best. It is mentioned that...