Furniture Production Magazine

  • How can 2020 benefit a manufacturing operation?

    How can 2020 benefit a manufacturing operation?

    Whether its sofas or chests of drawers, furniture manufacturing is an evolutionary business. So how can software, such as 2020 make this process more efficient and effective. We spoke to 2020 Technologies director of manufacturing, Steve Edge...

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  • Schelling confirm the advantages of a single production run saw at Ligna

    Schelling confirm the advantages of a single production run saw at Ligna

    Schelling used Ligna to demonstrate its commitment to helping manufacturers achieve single production run manufacturing...

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  • Latest innovation from Egger makes ‘PerfectSense’

    Latest innovation from Egger makes ‘PerfectSense’

    Amongst a host of innovation on an impressive Interzum stand, Egger has launched two new surfacing products, at very realistic prices points.

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  • PWS senior operations promotion for two staff members

    PWS senior operations promotion for two staff members

    As part of PWS’ strategy for significant growth over the course of the next few years, the company has announced two senior appointments. Kevin Gay has been promoted to operations director and Andrew Buckingham to IT manager.

    As operations director, Kevin is responsible for all aspects of IT and logistics. With over 500 orders dispatched from PWS each day, slick operations are critical to the smooth running of the business. Kevin joined PWS in 1988 and has managed the marketing, worksurfaces and IT and logistics departments, developing a deep understanding of how the business functions across all disciplines.

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  • William Hughes provides engineering apprenticeship scheme

    William Hughes provides engineering apprenticeship scheme

    With the intention of producing talented workers for the industry in the future, William Hughes continues to invest in its apprenticeship scheme.

    During the four-year programme, apprentices have the unique opportunity to experience the full range of manufacturing processes at the William Hughes factory and head office in Stalbridge, Dorset.

    Emma Burgon, engineering director at William Hughes, says: “As we continue to grow, we are constantly creating opportunities for skilled setters together with middle and senior managers. We are delighted that many of these positions are being filled by apprentices when they have finished their formal training.”

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  • Koch unveils innovations at Ligna

    Koch unveils innovations at Ligna

    Koch is renowned as a specialist for a range of processing machinery – at Ligna, Koch demonstrated its commitment to innovation with a range of new tech...

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  • H.B. Fuller launches latest woodworking adhesive solutions at Ligna 2015

    H.B. Fuller launches latest woodworking adhesive solutions at Ligna 2015

    H.B. Fuller announced its latest innovative adhesive solutions for woodworking products at Ligna 2015 in May.

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  • Impressive Felder tech helps window firm create a future-proof workshop

    Impressive Felder tech helps window firm create a future-proof workshop

    The kit for Tom Cannon's first window-making workshop - supplied by Felder – enables production to be at a at a higher level than before and helps the business be future-proof in the coming years ...

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  • Broadstock saves power with Ecogate

    Broadstock saves power with Ecogate

    Broadstock Office Furniture has saved on its dust extraction running costs by retrofitting Ecogate tech...

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  • Even smarter training from Daltons Wadkin

    Even smarter training from Daltons Wadkin

    Introducing the Red Team!

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