June 1933. Deep in the middle of the Great Depression. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, as part of his New Deal, instituted the National Industrial Recovery Act (NIRA), legislation authorizing the President to regulate industry and permit cartels and monopolies in an attempt to stimulate economic recovery.
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Kebony launched its new Passive Rainscreen System for commercial and residential facades. The clip-based rainscreen attachment system can be applied over exterior and interior envelope design types, including over mineral fiber exterior insulation.
Being too pushy is the number one fear of underachieving salespeople. Because they are so afraid of being pushy, they don’t push at all.
The owners of Koopman Lumber & Hardware are getting out of the self-storage business.
Hinckley’s Lumber, Vineyard Haven, Ma., has been sold to real estate investor Larkin Reeves for $2.3 million.
“110 miles from any big city—Laramie, Rock Springs, Casper”—says Matt Arnold, the third-generation (by marriage) owner, who wedded his college sweetheart, who happened to be the boss’s daughter. Six kids later, he’s in the boss’s chair himself, returning after his father-in-law retired three years ago.
Combilift’s new Combi-OP, is the first purpose-built order picker on the worldwide market for long products. Customers no longer have to modify traditional order pickers to cope with the specific demands of long loads.
Norbord Inc. is launching its second video to kick off “Thank a Framer” month this September. This video follows the process of manufacturing oriented strand board (OSB) from the forest to the construction site, paying homage to workers in the supply chain along the way. It aims to highlight the vital role framers play and supports Norbord’s efforts to ease the construction labor shortage.