Machinery investment pays off for VT industries

May 1993
Wood & Wood Products;May93, Vol. 98 Issue 6, The competitive edge p66
Trade Publication
Features the woodworking company VT Industries. Production of laminate countertops, postformed components and architectural doors; Investment in woodworking machinery. INSET: A community leader as well as an industrial leader..


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