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Premier EuroCase collaborates with EuroCraft division

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Premier EuroCase has announced a new collaboration with Edge|90, a division of EuroCraft Cabinets, as a new distributor of the company’s Reflekt high-gloss acrylic panels. Edge|90 focues on the kitchen and closet industry in the Florida market. In addition, EuroCraft Cabinets has introduced the Reflekt product into its customized cabinetry.

Reflekt delivers three innovations in high-gloss surfaces:

  • Scratch-resistant high-gloss surface
  • Surface consistency
  • Color richness

“Partnering with Edge|90 is a great match for Premier,” said Andy Wilzoch, president of Premier EuroCase. “Their focus on providing the highest quality doors and components is exactly what our Reflekt product line showcases.”


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August 21, 2015 at 7:00 am

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Dura Supreme Cabinetry launches floating vanities and linen cabinets

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Floating vanities have been a trending look for small bathrooms to impart an open, airy and expansive feel. With Dura Supreme’s new floating vanity system, vanities and even linen cabinets are suspended on the wall, leaving a look that’s ideal for both transitional and contemporary styled bathroom designs.

A variety of vanity console configurations are now available from Dura Supreme with coordinating floating linen cabinets to maintain the style throughout the design.

Floating Vanities by Dura Supreme are available in 12 different configurations (for single sink vanities, double sink vanities, or offset sinks) or individual cabinets that can be combined to create your own unique look.

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May 19, 2015 at 7:00 am

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Glideware receives first U.S. patent

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Glideware, inventor of the extendable cabinet organizer, has been awarded its first U.S. Patent – a pivotal step in the young company’s growth. The patent is for a U.S. made, extendable rail system that’s equipped with hooks for storage. The system glides out of a standard cabinet, giving fingertip access to stored items.

Glideware’s “Hang. Don’t stack.” design ingenuity eliminates unruly piles of stored items, significantly increases useable cabinet space, improves accessibility, and liberates users from endless restacking and disorganization.

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May 13, 2015 at 7:00 am

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Oregon cabinet manufacturer wins industry award

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A Salem, Oregon manufacturer has been awarded for excellence in the industry by the Oregon Manufacturing Extension Partnership, the Statesman Journal reports.

Cliff Stites, owner of Salem’s Cabinet Door Service, earned the Patrick R. Murphy award during the 2015 Oregon Manufacturers’ Summit last month.

The award recognizes Oregon manufacturers whose leadership demonstrates a strong commitment over time to operational excellence principles.

“We are honored to receive this award and attribute our success to the dedication and tireless efforts of our employees, as well as the skills of OMEP,” Stites said of the award in a press release. “We look forward to achieving more great things in the future and continuing to give back to our community.”

Cabinet Door Service, located at 2900 Pringle Road SE, was established in 1989 and makes kitchen cabinet doors for smaller cabinet retailers throughout the region.

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May 8, 2015 at 7:00 am

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Anthro Corp. introduces charging cabinets

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Anthro Corp., a manufacturer of functional furniture for technology, has introduced two space saving charging cabinets as part of the popular YES charging family: the YES cabinet for mini-laptops and the YES cabinet for tablets. Both offer compact and secure wall or surface charging, saving valuable floor space in cramped classrooms and offices.

“As additional desks are added to already cramped rooms, teachers are left with very little remaining floor space,” said Julia Griffiths, product manager at Anthro. “When floor space is at a premium—whether in a classroom, office or other small area—the YES charging cabinets keep devices charged and secure without adding to the congestion.”

Anthro’s YES cabinet for mini-laptops fits Chromebook, Ultrabook, Netbooks and any other device with up to a 13″ screen, and some with a 14″ screen. The unit is fully adjustable to fit up to 12 mini-laptop devices, with or without cases, and can be reconfigured when devices change or new technology is adopted.

The YES cabinet for tablets is a universal solution for up to 20 tablet devices of any make and model, even in heavy-duty cases. Adjustable bays and shelves accommodate a mix of regular-sized tablets, mini-tablets, smartphones and hand-held devices. Both solutions mount to a wall or bolt to a counter top, table, or desk for security.

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April 22, 2015 at 7:00 am

Rev-A-Shelf wire basked named to This Old House Top 100 products list

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Rev-Shelf’s pullout wire basket was honored among best new home products of the year.

This Old House named Rev-A-Shelf’s 5786 pullout U-shaped, soft-close wire basket to its 4th annual “The TOH Top 100,” a list of the 100 best new home products of the year.

The editors tested and examined thousands of products to find the most distinctive, helpful and innovative new home products in seven categories: Kitchen, Bath, Tools, Building Products, Outdoor Living, Home Tech and Finishing Touches. The winning products are featured in the November/December issue.

“We are honored to be recognized for This Old House Top 100 list. It’s affirmation of our commitment to bringing innovative products to the industry,” says David Noe, general manager of Rev-A-Shelf.

“Every year, there is an endless list of new home improvement products introduced to the marketplace. For the annual ‘The TOH Top 100,’ we sift through them to identify the ones that will actually save our ten million readers time and money while enabling them to fix up their homes with greater ease and style,” says Editor Scott Omelianuk.

“The 2014 list is full of products that wowed us for their innovation and their ability to create breakthroughs in their categories,” adds Omelianuk. “We are confident that our readers will be as excited by them as we are.”

A complete list of “The TOH Top 100” can be found at

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November 21, 2014 at 7:00 am

Wellborn Cabinet’s ‘Smart Design’ saves space, improves organization

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The back of the cabinet is brought to you with options such as the base super chef cabinet with spice rack pullout.

Current trending of lifestyles, whether it may be empty nesters, first time home buyers or the economy, have left people with smaller spaces, according to Wellborn Cabinet Inc. The cabinet manufacturer says it has developed a way to bring a larger design in a smaller space, keeping the organization and functionality that gives everything its own place.

“Smart Design” is Wellborn’s way of incorporating great designs for all ages in smaller spaces using technology, organization and lighting to create storage solutions that make use of every inch of space.

Smart Design is not limited to the kitchen, and with the “Whole Home Design Solutions,” Wellborn Cabinet can be a one-stop shop for cabinetry that is cohesive throughout your home. With storage solutions designed for all rooms of the house, it is easy to resolve the problem of little storage and accessibility.

Some features that can help to save space and improve spaces are the touch-to-lift, touch-to-light, and touch-to-open and touch-to-close features. Cabinet organization can also be improved with components such as drawer dividers, base spice rack pullout cabinets, tray dividers, sliding shelves and more.

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October 17, 2014 at 7:00 am

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