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Sherrill, NY - Bob James wasn't ready to give it up after nearly 30 years of making countless forks, spoons and knives at the same factory in this small Central New York community known as The Silver City. He survived the plant's transition from Oneida Ltd. to Sherrill Manufacturing Inc. But when the factory's new owner filed for reorganization under Chapter 11 of U. S. Bankruptcy Law in 2010 and temporarily ceased production, James wondered whether the end was near for tableware making in Sherrill, where Oneida was founded by a... "But I was hoping it would make it. I've been here since 1981. It's like family. Against the odds, his wish has come true. Sherrill Manufacturing, the USA's last maker of tableware, emerged from bankruptcy Nov. 6, having paid all of the $4 million it owed to its secured creditors and with a plan to pay all of the remaining $2 million it owes to unsecured creditors. Among those unsecured creditors is the state of New York, which loaned the company $1 million in 2008. The company is manufacturing again, though with far fewer workers than the 120 it employed before its bankruptcy filing in 2010. It now has 20... To raise the $4 million it used to pay off its secured lenders, Sherrill sold off excess manufacturing equipment and surplus inventory. It also sold its entire 1 million-square-foot manufacturing plant on East Seneca Street in Sherrill to a real estate investment firm from Florida, ONX3, and leased back 240,000 square feet of it. ONX3 is looking for other companies to lease the... Instead of focusing on making tableware for other companies' brands, Sherrill Manufacturing has launched its own brand, Liberty Tabletop. It is selling directly to the public via its flag-decorated website. It also sells its products on Amazon. com and through online retailers that specialize in made-in-the-USA goods. Gregory Owens and Matthew Roberts, the two former Oneida Ltd. executives who founded Sherrill Manufacturing, said web sales will hit the $800,000 level this year and. Source: www.syracuse.com
When I became an Eagle Scout some 30-plus years ago, I received a folding knife from my scout troop. Its a quality tool that was made by a local company, and I use it to this day. The Portland area has a tradition of being a center for the production of bladed tools and knives, from large producers such as Gerber Legendary Blades to small craft companies like Oaks Bottom Forge. Many of the companies vying for a slice of the growing market can trace their roots back to other Portland-area manufacturers. In 1974, Pete Kershaw left Gerber to start his own company and Kershaw Knives was born with his designs. A few years later, Kershaw Knives became a subsidiary of Japans Kai Corporation, with Pete Kershaw as president from 1977 to 1998. Last year, the U. S. -based arm of the company celebrated its 40th anniversary with record sales. Kershaw Knives developed a solid following within its niche, but by the late 1990s the companys reliance on overseas production and the effects of currency imbalances had crimped its ability to grow brand awareness and flourish. By 1996, the company was insolvent, according to Chief Operating Officer Hiroshi (Jack) Igarashi, who arrived in 1997 and was given the task of turning the company around. It was my mission, he says. A marathon runner, he walks softly around the executive offices in his athletic shoes, but with a forceful focus on the companys strengths quality, technology and innovation. His first steps were to move production to the United States and increase the strength of the brand. It is my conviction, strong brand ensures a company is stable and sustainable, he says. The first years were a bit rough, he admits, as the new production facility struggled with how to build quality products efficiently. As production ramped up, Igarashi brought in production engineers from Japan to help perfect the facilitys manufacturing prowess. Kai Group has been producing knives in Japan for more than 100 years, in an area of the country that has been crafting blades for more than seven centuries. However, the learning has been a two-way street, says Igarashi, America is a tutor, a mentor to me, he says. Security is the greatest enemy stay humble and always listen to the customers voice. Igarashi knew the company had turned a corner in 1999, when one of their U. S. -made knives won an award at the industrys annual trade show in Atlanta. Since then the company has. Source: portlandtribune.com
Green and red may be the predominant colors of the season, but a lot of shoppers have red, white, and blue on their minds when it comes to holiday shopping. While many industries have outsourced jobs and production overseas or south of the border, we tracked down goods of all stripes that continue to be made in America, a significant buying consideration for some shoppers. Given a choice between a product made in the U. S. and an identical one made abroad, 78 percent of consumers would prefer to buy the American product, according to a nationally representative survey by Consumer Reports National Research Center. Last year, we explained why after decades of outsourcing, domestic production is becoming increasingly attractive to manufacturers in various sectors including technology, energy, appliances, even apparel. If you’re among those who are motivated to buy American, here’s a list of widely known firms that make or assemble products here. But take note: Parts and materials may come from domestic as well as foreign sources. Also, not everything a company manufactures is necessarily American-made. Sometimes, it's a particular line or two, or just a handful of products. Kitchen and housewares All-Clad, Nordicware, and Lodge cookware. Lasko, known mostly for its fans. Dacor, Wolf, DCS, and Viking cooktops, ovens, and ranges. Sub Zero refrigerators. Maytag and Amana washers, dryers, refrigerators, and ranges. KitchenAid small appliances including stand mixers. Kirby and Oreck vacuum cleaners. Wahl shavers, trimmers, and grooming devices. Bunn-O-Matic coffee makers. Pyrex glassware. Tervis Tumblers (insulated acrylic cups and ice buckets). Lamson & Goodnow and Cutco cutlery. Vitamix blenders. Harden Furniture. Framburg lighting fixtures. Apparel, footwear, and accessories American Apparel. Woolrich (mostly blankets and throws). Texas Jeans. True Religion jeans (only core items such as the "Ricky" jeans). Wigwam socks. Allen Edmonds shoes. Kepner Scott childrens shoes. New Balance athletic shoes. Wolverine footwear. Pendleton woolens (notably its Portland Collection and the company's wool blankets and throws). Stetson hats. Chippewa boots. Annin flags. Land’s End. Brooks Brothers. and Red Wing Shoes. Tools and home care Stihl power equipment including string trimmers, blowers, and chain saws. Purdy paint brushes and. Source: www.consumerreports.org
Buck's quality, made-in-the-U.S. cutlery has assisted the USA in many ways. Every single sporting clays shoot, conservation dinner and convention includes an array of Buck products. Buck is also the sponsor of the USA's Photo of the Week contest, and
The couples' children smashed plastic cutlery into a giant blob of gray clay at a booth called "The Happy Healthy Unstore." Run by Ian Kime and Heidi Wieland, the interactive booth offered fun and quirky items, such as small plastic jars of bubbles
Wednesday's England-Japan semifinal might not be what many prognosticators had expected to see in this round, but it brings together two teams with a decades-old rivalry. Women's soccer in both countries was organized on the national and international
"Our goal isn't to be the largest flatware maker in the world," said Owens, 50. "We're focused on people who want to buy products made in the U.S. We think people are increasingly aware of the need for U.S. manufacturing jobs and quality standards.".
Igarashi knew the company had turned a corner in 1999, when one of their U.S.-made knives won an award at the industry's annual trade show in Atlanta. Since then the company has routinely received awards at the show. Kai USA's business is flourishing,
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