Originally Broadcasted on July 17, 2013.
Wood is a complex and variable material; yet its behavior is predictable. Oftentimes, the difficulties and expensive problems we have with wood during and after manufacturing are a result of what someone else has done to the wood. Learn to identify wood gluing and machining issues and how they related to previous processing, and what practical steps a manager can do to prevent or control these problems.
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The Cabinet Makers Association (CMA) is pleased to announce that the Board of Directors has offered Amanda Conger the role of Executive Director, and she has accepted the position.
Conger has been with the organization for over a year, initially as the organization’s Director of Sales & Marketing, and most recently filling in as the Interim Executive Director. Conger’s resume includes high profile marketing positions with Premier EuroCase (Denver, Colo.) and Stiles Machinery (Grand Rapids, Mich.), as well as operating her own marketing consultancy.
“I’m excited about the direction the CMA is heading,” said Matt Krig, current CMA president and owner of Northland Woodworks in suburban Minneapolis. “There is a lot of energy among the organization right now, and we hope to keep that momentum going through IWF and beyond.”
As the Executive Director, Conger performs all duties and responsibilities relating to the management and the affairs of the CMA. She can be reached at (616) 930-4610 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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