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Dealer, Distributor, and Manufacturer News

News from Ply Gem, Parksite, NyloBoard, Vandermeer Forest Products, Holbrook Lumber, Cardinal Building Products, Jim Mackie Distribution, Dixie Plywood and Lumber, Rinnai, Stock, Cedar Creek, and the South Carolina Housing Hall of Fame . More

The Challenges of Selling American-made Products
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The Challenges of Selling American-made Products

Striving to sell only American-made products is an admirable goal. But it's not... More

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ProBuild Reveals Plans To Shut 12 Facilities

ProBuild, America's biggest full-service pro LBM company, plans by mid-November to close 12 of its locations, 10 of which haven't been reported previously. More

Miles "Mac" Fitch Jr.
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Miles "Mac" Fitch Jr.

An expanded, web-only transcript of our interview with Mac Fitch, president of... More

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Bradco Acquires North Carolina Distributor

Bradco Supply has acquired Insulation Systems, Inc., a North Carolina-based commercial roofing distributor. Insulation Systems maintains three offices in the state in Charlotte, Greensboro, and Raleigh. The three branches will continue to operate under the ISI name with former owner Dewey Haizlip remaining with the company to "ensure a smooth transition," Bradco said. More

New House on the Block
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New House on the Block

A glut of excess housing and no significant rise in existing home sales have made... More

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Wolf Expands into Carolinas

Wolf, the distributor specializing in kitchen cabinets, has expanded its service into North and South Carolina. More

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Stock Building Supply Cuts 81 Jobs at HQ

Stock Building Supply revealed that several days before it emerged from Chapter 11 the company slashed 81 jobs at its Raleigh, N.C. headquarters. More

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The China Syndrome

This month's cover story was born of two unrelated characters: a weary Louisiana lumberman and a barely used dinner plate. Let's start with the plate. It was part of a collection of formal china and stemware that my wife and I picked for our wedding in 1979. Over the next 25 years, our tastes changed, so last year, we boxed up the plates and glassware and drove 300 miles from Washington to a company near Greensboro, N.C., called Replacements. More

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