Spotlight: Metrie

Posted by Rumin Mann
March 13th, 2015

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Metrie’s story began in 1926 as a small, family-owned and operated business. Formally known as Moulding and Millwork, their name was changed to Metrie in February of 2014 as part of a strategic decision to heighten the company’s focus on providing inspiration and support to homeowners and professional designers who use interior trim (such as crown mouldings, casings, baseboards, doors, and other decorative elements) to add style and beauty to any room. Their innovative design and commitment to fine craftsmanship have helped them expand operations to include seven solid wood and MDF manufacturing facilities, plus 26 distribution centers in the U.S. and Canada. Their legacy has grown to include more than 5,000 moulding profiles and products manufactured in an environmentally responsible and sustainable manner.

The launch of the new company name coincided with the debut of five all-encompassing design collections of coordinated interior trim and doors.

“Our new Collections present a completely new way of thinking about, shopping for, and selecting interior finishings,” says Greg Stoner, CEO of Metrie. “Until now, consumers were required to wade through bins of moulding, and racks of doors, to find the right products for their home. Selecting the right dimensions of moulding that fit together and in designs that work with and enhance your current decorating style, is next to impossible. Metrie has taken the guesswork out of the process by introducing our new, professionally designed Collections.”

The Metrie Then & Now Finishing Collections™ are each inspired by different architectural styles. The Collections blend elements of modern and classic, so it’s easy to find something that will work with virtually any decorating style. They are:

  • Metrie French Curves™ Collection
  • Metrie True Craft™ Collection
  • Metrie Very Square™ Collection
  • Metrie Fashion Forward™ Collection
  • Metrie Pretty Simple™ Collection

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Each Collection offers a pre-selection of all the moulding elements needed in a home, including crowns, casings, baseboards, chair rails, panel moulds, architraves, and Ikons as well as a range of solid, premium interior doors. The moulding profiles within a Collection are available in groupings called Scenes that vary in material, size, and design detail to allow flexibility in using the Collection. All profiles within a single Scene are sized to meet with the right proportions and fit and coordinate with the interior doors in the Collection to achieve an aesthetic flow throughout the home and a result worthy of professional design standards.

“The selection process is simple,” says Jan Rutgers, Director, Architect/Designer Marketing at Metrie. “First you select your preferred Collection style; then you choose the Scene that works within your budget and room proportions; the next choice is to select from solid or glass doors especially designed for that Collection’s décor style. Painting or staining is left for you to decide, but we provide a wealth of inspiration and ideas through our website and social media platforms.”

Metrie’s online presence at www.metrie.com  features inspiration for consumers as well as tools to support pros and the designer community, including CEU courses, a Room Styler™ design tool, and how-to videos. A comprehensive social and digital program is also in place, including a new design trends blog,  The Finished Space™, for the latest styles in interior finishings and weekend project ideas. Offline, merchandising displays in distributor showrooms across North America showcase the Finishing Collection doors, mouldings, and trim elements together, making coordination and selection easy for the contractor, designer, and end consumer.

“This is an exciting time for us, as well as our customers and partners,” says Mr. Stoner. “Our focus is on building upon the rich history and more than 80-year legacy of our company, ensuring that we continue to exceed expectations for quality and consistency of our products and service, while embarking on new directions in product design and innovation to meet the needs of today’s home fashion enthusiast.”

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Specifier’s Program Update

Posted by Roy Manion
March 13th, 2015

In mid-January, I remember saying that the next 10 weeks through to the end of March would be a very busy time for the Specifiers Program. It has actually been all that and perhaps a little more.

In mid-February, we took 5 companies into the Pacific Northwest and held group seminars in Seattle, Tacoma, and Portland; the following week we worked the Buildex show; and now we are preparing for our Alberta architect tour in a couple of weeks’ time with companies from industry. All the while, we are continuing with lunch & learn seminars. There really aren’t very many “office days” to get caught up lately. All this is testament to the success of the program and those who are participating in it.

US Specifier Workshops

BC Wood, joined by 5 companies from industry, gave presentations to groups of architects and designers in Seattle, Tacoma, and Portland. Each company’s representative gave a 30 minute educational presentation on their respective products or programs. Judging from survey results and comments from the attendees, the program was very well received. My take on the program is that there were two benefits of participating: one being the opportunity of meeting specifiers in these 3 key cities in the Pacific Northwest; and the other being the opportunity of spending considerable time with representatives from 4 other companies, (all of which were non-competing) and learning about their products and services. One never knows, but this could be useful information for future projects. All in all, we had a great group and it was very gratifying to see everyone get along so well.

Buildex Vancouver

BC Wood was once again joined by several companies to form the “BC Wood Pavilion” at Buildex. Although we don’t have the latest attendance numbers, the show historically draws 12,000 – 13,000 professionals and attendance appeared similar to other years. While booth activity at this two day show was at times sporadic for our exhibitors, they all came away with several good leads, made new contacts, or simply renewed relationships. As a result, they felt it was a good show for their company or association.

Alberta Specifiers Workshops

Everything is in place, invitations have been sent and registrations are coming in for this 3 day BC Wood “road show”, where 5 BC companies will be giving seminars to groups of architects, designers, and contractors in Edmonton, Calgary, and Lethbridge, March 24th, 25th, and 26th respectively.

Lunch & Learns

As usual, while all the other activities are taking place, we continue to deliver lunch and learn sessions. This month, we have six lunch and learn sessions and two group seminars booked over and above the Alberta program.

This is just a heads up that we are nearing the end of our current fiscal year (March 31) which signals the end of the current Specifiers Program. This means that shortly we will be offering participation in the 2015 – 2016 program. If you have not participated in the past years but are interested in exposing your products to architects, designers, or contractors, April 1st would be a good time to sign up as you can take advantage of a full year of activity.

Should you wish additional information on any of the foregoing, please contact me at rmanion@bcwood.com  or call me at the office. I would be pleased to discuss it with you

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11 Ways to Build Your Brand at Trade Shows

Posted by Rumin Mann
March 13th, 2015

Once you know what your goals are for building awareness at your upcoming trade shows, how do you do it?  Here are 11 ways to help build your brand into an industry powerhouse:

1. Get a bigger exhibit:  There’s a reason everyone wants to see the Grand Canyon: it’s really big! Similarly, one of the key factors in which exhibits attendees remember most is booth size.  So get a bigger booth space, and then fill it with a bigger, taller exhibit that demands attention and fills their senses.  A caveat: if the key audiences you want to meet can’t be found at one single show, you may do better to go with smaller booths at various regional or vertical market industry shows.

2. Create graphic impact: Ensure attendees don’t ignore your exhibit by using bright, bold colors, big images such as photos and illustrations, and easy to read messages.  The fewer elements you put on your exhibit, the larger you can make them, and the more impact they will create.  Large, taller exhibits can have branding at 2 to 3 heights for as visitors approach from far away, just down the aisle, and in the booth.

3. Design for 3 dimensions: Create impact and messaging for all public-facing sides of your booth, especially for island exhibits that can be viewed from 4 sides.  Consider making your biggest brand impact on the exhibit side that faces the aisle that will get the most traffic.  Some of the most memorable exhibits use shape that conveys the brand personality, even the company logo in 3 dimensions.

Click here to read the entire article

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Wood in Midrise Buildings & Health Care

Posted by Rumin Mann
March 13th, 2015

Wood in Midrise Buildings

In cities across North America, the low-density sprawl that has characterized development since the mid-20th century is giving way to a growing landscape of mid-rise buildings; five- to six-storey structures that are more environmentally sustainable and cost effective because of their increased density – while still blending with existing neighbourhoods and helping to create livable communities that accommodate growing urban populations.

There is a boom in mid-rise wood-frame construction across the province. Today in B.C. there are over 153 midrise projects in various stages of development – from project planning through to design, permitting and completed construction.

Recently published by Forestry Innovation Investment, this case study explores the expansion and popularity of mid-rise wood-frame residential design across the province of British Columbia.

Click here to view the Mid-Rise Wood-Frame Residential Construction in B.C. case study.

 

 

Wood in Healthcare

Commissioned by Forestry Innovation Investment, FPInnovations has released a report that draws the link between the use of wood in the built environment and pro health outcomes. While the study of wood and health is relatively new in the field of environmental psychology, a clear relationship between the presence of other natural elements has been established in built environments.

Early evidence suggests that the human relationship with wood is similar to previously investigated responses of our species to other natural materials and nature cues. That is, wood is a biophilic material that reduces stress reactivity when present.

Click here to view the full report: Wood as a Restorative Material in Healthcare Environments.

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Innovative architectural and structural design in large wood buildings headlined the 2015 Wood Design Awards in early March. The 11th annual event, organized and hosted by WoodWORKS! BC and sponsored by COFI, honoured excellence in wood building and design, and recognized leadership and innovation in wood use.

“Wood products and systems have become the material of choice in mid-rise residential as well as for the institutional, commercial and industrial sectors,” said WoodWORKS! BC executive director Lynn Embury-Williams. “Here in BC, designers and builders are leading the way by using wood because it is cost-effective, is renewable, has a smaller carbon footprint, and because it creates beautiful and comfortable spaces where people love to live and work.”

Download the news release PDF .

For more information about the awards and award winners:

http://wood-works.ca/bc/

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Moulder Audit – New from FPInnovations!

Posted by Rumin Mann
March 13th, 2015

One-day Moulder Audits are now available to BC manufacturers at no cost!

If you’re experiencing issues with your level of finish quality, throughput, changeover times, and general safe work practices, a Moulder Audit could be a good initiative for your organization.

What will the Audit tell you?

The results of the Audit will provide an indication on the operational level of your moulder and it can be the foundation for increasing your profitability on this machine center. The Audit will summarize ways to:

  • Improve your level of manufacturing quality.
  • Reduce rework and scrap.
  • Catch quality issues before they reach your customers.
  • Help to improve machine productivity
  • Set up best practices in you grinding room.

What’s Included?

Our trained personnel will perform a one day Moulder Audit at your plant and provide a summary report to you. The audit involves an evaluation of the mechanical condition of your moulder, best practices on grinding room setup, as well as tips on material handling and flow.

How do I book an Audit?

FPInnovations is working directly with Jim Strathern from J.S. Moulder Technology to provide this one time offer.

Spots are limited – contact Jim Strathern at jsmouldertech@gmail.com now to set up a time for your Moulder Audit, or Roland Baumeister at FPInnovations – roland.baumeister@fpinnovations.ca

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Continuous Improvement Workshop

Posted by Rumin Mann
March 13th, 2015

Now more than ever, organizations need to be continuously improving to be competitive in their market. This one day workshop will provide you with the tools you need to establish gains in Productivity, Quality, Cost, Safety, and Morale.

Through a “Learn by Doing” approach, participants will conduct a practice exercise and make improvements with Continuous Improvement principles of Spaghetti diagram, 6S, and Value Stream Mapping.

Date & Time: March 27, 2015, 8:00am – 4:00pm
Location: Holiday Inn Express & Suites – 8750 204 St, Langley, BC

To register, please click on the following link: www.eply.com_CI_Workshop_2015  

For more information, please contact:
Brian Ehrecke at 250-462-4000, brian.ehrecke@fpinnovations.ca

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Wide Belt Sanding: Best Practices Workshop

Posted by Rumin Mann
March 13th, 2015

Wide Belt Sanding: Best Practices Workshop

If you have a wide-belt sander and want to reduce your operating costs and increase your sanding quality – then this seminar is for you!

Items that will be covered in this Workshop

* Machine operation and abrasives selection
* Scratch and how it relates to finishing
* Standardized Work / Job Instruction
* Trouble shooting and Testing your machine
* Q&A Session

Start Time and Agenda:

* Theory – 8:30am – 11:30am
* Lunch – 11:30am – noon
* Hands on Session – noon – 2:00pm
Lunch will be provided

Choose from Two Locations:

Surrey, BC
March 19, 2015 – 8:30am – 2:00pm
Merit Kitchens – 12158 86 Ave, Surrey

Kelowna, BC
March 25, 2015 – 8:30am – 2:00pm
Cucina Cabinetry – 2-677 Willow Park Rd., Kelowna

Registration fee is only $25.00 (+GST) per person. To register, click the following link: https://www.eply.com/Wide_Belt_Sanding_Mar2015

For more information, please contact:
Brian Ehrecke at 250-462-4000, brian.ehrecke@fpinnovations.ca

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What is marketing and why should you care? Business leaders who effectively communicate and correctly position their company with their target audiences have the competitive edge.

This hands-on workshop will be presented in three parts:

  1. Introduction to Marketing
  2. How to effectively brand your company
  3. Choosing the right communication tools for your business

First, you will learn about the basic marketing principles and how to apply them to your products or services.

Then, through a series of self-directed exercises, you will learn how to define and articulate your company’s attributes to create meaningful messaging with your target audiences.

Finally, we will review a range of communication tools and techniques and discuss how to best use them to engage new and existing customers.

This was a very popular and well received Workshop in the lower mainland this past Fall.

Date: Tuesday, March 31st, 2015
Location: Westin Bear Mountain Resort, Victoria, BC

This is a full day program which includes a light breakfast and full lunch and for those traveling to participate, we have negotiated an excellent rate with the hotel for room stays.
For more information or to register, click here or contact Rumin Mann at rmann@bcwood.com or 604-882-7100.

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This is Part II to our Exporting to the USA seminar series.  In this all new seminar, you will find out about current opportunities for BC value-added wood manufacturers; the best methods for actually shipping your product into the US; and how to minimize your risk factors. All really good information for new to the market exporters!

In a new approach, we will also have an open discussion with BC manufacturers currently shipping product into the market, highlighting some of BC Wood’s “cluster” marketing projects as well as traditional market development programs.  We will conclude the program with a delicious networking lunch.

Date & Time: Thursday, March 26, 2015, 8:30 AM to 1:30 PM

Location: Langley, BC

For more details and to register, contact Rumin at rmann@bcwood.com or 604-882-7100

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Edmonton Cottage Life and Cabin show, April 24-26th, 2015

Posted by Brian Hawrysh
March 13th, 2015

Over the next couple of months, BC Wood will be coordinating the participation of its’ members at the Edmonton Cottage Life and Cabin show, April 24-26th, 2015. After many successful years of running the Cottage Life shows in Ontario, the show organizers brought their winning formula West and launched the Edmonton show last year. Eight BC Wood members participated for the first time in last year’s show and by all accounts it was was very successful, attracting over 8,000 current and would-be cottage owners all over Western Canada.

The Edmonton show will feature builders of log, timber frame, and prefabricated 2×4 homes. While these products and services are the highlight of the show, there is an opportunity for other manufacturers to promote finished building materials such as flooring, roofing, kitchens, doors, windows, and exterior finishing materials. The audience is drawn to the show to see a complete range of products; from log and timber frame shells to the materials that are need to finish them.

Space is still available for BC Wood members wanting to participate in the Edmonton Cottage Life and Cabin Show, but, time is running out. I would encourage any companies interested in more information to contact me at bhawrysh@bcwood.com or in BC Wood’s offices at 604-882-7100.

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Spotlight: Metrie

Posted by Rumin Mann
March 13th, 2015

Metrie’s story began in 1926 as a small, family-owned and operated business. Formally known as Moulding and Millwork, their name was changed to Metrie in February of 2014 as part of a strategic decision to heighten the company’s focus on providing inspiration and support to homeowners and professional designers who use interior trim (such as crown mouldings, casings, baseboards, doors, and other decorative elements) to add style and beauty to any room. Their innovative design and commitment to fine craftsmanship have helped them expand operations to include seven solid wood and MDF manufacturing facilities, plus 26 distribution centers in the U.S. and Canada. Their legacy has grown to include more than 5,000 moulding profiles and products manufactured in an environmentally responsible and sustainable manner.

The launch of the new company name coincided with the debut of five all-encompassing design collections of coordinated interior trim and doors.

“Our new Collections present a completely new way of thinking about, shopping for, and selecting interior finishings,” says Greg Stoner, CEO of Metrie. “Until now, consumers were required to wade through bins of moulding, and racks of doors, to find the right products for their home. Selecting the right dimensions of moulding that fit together and in designs that work with and enhance your current decorating style, is next to impossible. Metrie has taken the guesswork out of the process by introducing our new, professionally designed Collections.”

The Metrie Then & Now Finishing Collections™ are each inspired by different architectural styles. The Collections blend elements of modern and classic, so it’s easy to find something that will work with virtually any decorating style. They are:

  • Metrie French Curves™ Collection
  • Metrie True Craft™ Collection
  • Metrie Very Square™ Collection
  • Metrie Fashion Forward™ Collection
  • Metrie Pretty Simple™ Collection

 
Please click here to read the entire article

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Specifier’s Program Update

Posted by Roy Manion
March 13th, 2015

In mid-January, I remember saying that the next 10 weeks through to the end of March would be a very busy time for the Specifiers Program. It has actually been all that and perhaps a little more.

In mid-February, we took 5 companies into the Pacific Northwest and held group seminars in Seattle, Tacoma, and Portland; the following week we worked the Buildex show; and now we are preparing for our Alberta architect tour in a couple of weeks’ time with companies from industry. All the while, we are continuing with lunch & learn seminars. There really aren’t very many “office days” to get caught up lately. All this is testament to the success of the program and those who are participating in it.

 US Specifier Workshops

BC Wood, joined by 5 companies from industry, gave presentations to groups of architects and designers in Seattle, Tacoma, and Portland. Each company’s representative gave a 30 minute educational presentation on their respective products or programs. Judging from survey results and comments from the attendees, the program was very well received. My take on the program is that there were two benefits of participating: one being the opportunity of meeting specifiers in these 3 key cities in the Pacific Northwest; and the other being the opportunity of spending considerable time with representatives from 4 other companies, (all of which were non-competing) and learning about their products and services. One never knows, but this could be useful information for future projects. All in all, we had a great group and it was very gratifying to see everyone get along so well.

Please click here to read the entire article

Should you wish additional information on any of the foregoing, please contact me at rmanion@bcwood.com  or call me at the office. I would be pleased to discuss it with you

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11 Ways to Build Your Brand at Trade Shows

Posted by Rumin Mann
March 13th, 2015

Skyline Tradeshow Tips –  March 4, 2015

Once you know what your goals are for building awareness at your upcoming trade shows, how do you do it?  Here are 11 ways to help build your brand into an industry powerhouse:

1. Get a bigger exhibit:  There’s a reason everyone wants to see the Grand Canyon: it’s really big! Similarly, one of the key factors in which exhibits attendees remember most is booth size.  So get a bigger booth space, and then fill it with a bigger, taller exhibit that demands attention and fills their senses.  A caveat: if the key audiences you want to meet can’t be found at one single show, you may do better to go with smaller booths at various regional or vertical market industry shows.

2. Create graphic impact: Ensure attendees don’t ignore your exhibit by using bright, bold colors, big images such as photos and illustrations, and easy to read messages.  The fewer elements you put on your exhibit, the larger you can make them, and the more impact they will create.  Large, taller exhibits can have branding at 2 to 3 heights for as visitors approach from far away, just down the aisle, and in the booth.

Click here to read the entire article

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Wood in Midrise Buildings & Health Care

Posted by Rumin Mann
March 13th, 2015

Wood in Midrise Buildings

In cities across North America, the low-density sprawl that has characterized development since the mid-20th century is giving way to a growing landscape of mid-rise buildings; five- to six-storey structures that are more environmentally sustainable and cost effective because of their increased density – while still blending with existing neighbourhoods and helping to create livable communities that accommodate growing urban populations.

There is a boom in mid-rise wood-frame construction across the province. Today in B.C. there are over 153 midrise projects in various stages of development – from project planning through to design, permitting and completed construction.

Recently published by Forestry Innovation Investment, this case study explores the expansion and popularity of mid-rise wood-frame residential design across the province of British Columbia.

Click here to view the Mid-Rise Wood-Frame Residential Construction in B.C. case study.

Wood in Healthcare

Commissioned by Forestry Innovation Investment, FPInnovations has released a report that draws the link between the use of wood in the built environment and pro health outcomes. While the study of wood and health is relatively new in the field of environmental psychology, a clear relationship between the presence of other natural elements has been established in built environments.

Early evidence suggests that the human relationship with wood is similar to previously investigated responses of our species to other natural materials and nature cues. That is, wood is a biophilic material that reduces stress reactivity when present.

Click here to view the full report: Wood as a Restorative Material in Healthcare Environments.

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Innovative architectural and structural design in large wood buildings headlined the 2015 Wood Design Awards in early March. The 11th annual event, organized and hosted by WoodWORKS! BC and sponsored by COFI, honoured excellence in wood building and design, and recognized leadership and innovation in wood use.

“Wood products and systems have become the material of choice in mid-rise residential as well as for the institutional, commercial and industrial sectors,” said WoodWORKS! BC executive director Lynn Embury-Williams. “Here in BC, designers and builders are leading the way by using wood because it is cost-effective, is renewable, has a smaller carbon footprint, and because it creates beautiful and comfortable spaces where people love to live and work.”

Download the news release PDF .

For more information about the awards and award winners:

http://wood-works.ca/bc/

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Moulder Audit – New from FPInnovations!

Posted by Rumin Mann
March 13th, 2015

One-day Moulder Audits are now available to BC manufacturers at no cost!

If you’re experiencing issues with your level of finish quality, throughput, changeover times, and general safe work practices, a Moulder Audit could be a good initiative for your organization.

What will the Audit tell you?

The results of the Audit will provide an indication on the operational level of your moulder and it can be the foundation for increasing your profitability on this machine center. The Audit will summarize ways to:

  • Improve your level of manufacturing quality.
  • Reduce rework and scrap.
  • Catch quality issues before they reach your customers.
  • Help to improve machine productivity
  • Set up best practices in you grinding room.

What’s Included?

Our trained personnel will perform a one day Moulder Audit at your plant and provide a summary report to you. The audit involves an evaluation of the mechanical condition of your moulder, best practices on grinding room setup, as well as tips on material handling and flow.

How do I book an Audit?

FPInnovations is working directly with Jim Strathern from J.S. Moulder Technology to provide this one time offer.

Spots are limited – contact Jim Strathern at jsmouldertech@gmail.comnow to set up a time for your Moulder Audit, or Roland Baumeister at FPInnovations – roland.baumeister@fpinnovations.ca

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Continuous Improvement Workshop

Posted by Rumin Mann
March 13th, 2015

Now more than ever, organizations need to be continuously improving to be competitive in their market. This one day workshop will provide you with the tools you need to establish gains in Productivity, Quality, Cost, Safety, and Morale.

Through a “Learn by Doing” approach, participants will conduct a practice exercise and make improvements with Continuous Improvement principles of Spaghetti diagram, 6S, and Value Stream Mapping.

Date & Time: March 27, 2015, 8:00am – 4:00pm

Location: Holiday Inn Express & Suites – 8750 204 St, Langley, BC

To register, please click on the following link:www.eply.com_CI_Workshop_2015 

For more information, please contact:
Brian Ehrecke at 250-462-4000, brian.ehrecke@fpinnovations.ca

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Wide Belt Sanding: Best Practices Workshop

Posted by Rumin Mann
March 13th, 2015

If you have a wide-belt sander and want to reduce your operating costs and increase your sanding quality – then this seminar is for you!

Items that will be covered in this Workshop

* Machine operation and abrasives selection

* Scratch and how it relates to finishing
* Standardized Work / Job Instruction
* Trouble shooting and Testing your machine
* Q&A Session

Start Time and Agenda:

* Theory – 8:30am – 11:30am
* Lunch – 11:30am – noon

* Hands on Session – noon – 2:00pm
Lunch will be provided

Choose from Two Locations:

Surrey, BC

March 19, 2015 – 8:30am – 2:00pm

Merit Kitchens – 12158 86 Ave, Surrey

Kelowna, BC

March 25, 2015 – 8:30am – 2:00pm

Cucina Cabinetry – 2-677 Willow Park Rd., Kelowna

Registration fee is only $25.00 (+GST) per person. To register, click the following link: https://www.eply.com/Wide_Belt_Sanding_Mar2015

For more information, please contact:
Brian Ehrecke at 250-462-4000, brian.ehrecke@fpinnovations.ca

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What is marketing and why should you care? Business leaders who effectively communicate and correctly position their company with their target audiences have the competitive edge.

This hands-on workshop will be presented in three parts:

  1. Introduction to Marketing
  2. How to effectively brand your company
  3. Choosing the right communication tools for your business

First, you will learn about the basic marketing principles and how to apply them to your products or services. Then, through a series of self-directed exercises, you will learn how to define and articulate your company’s attributes to create meaningful messaging with your target audiences.Finally, we will review a range of communication tools and techniques and discuss how to best use them to engage new and existing customers.

This was a very popular and well received Workshop in the lower mainland this past Fall.

Date: Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

Location: Westin Bear Mountain Resort, Victoria, BC

This is a full day program which includes a light breakfast and full lunch and for those traveling to participate, we have negotiated an excellent rate with the hotel for room stays.

For more information or to register, click here or contact Rumin Mann atrmann@bcwood.com or 604-882-7100.

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