The steps and process for the production of brushware was shared between brushmakers, conditioners of bristles and wood workers who mainly lived in the villages close to Todtnau, Germany. The brush handles were produced on turning machines which were moved by waterpower. The purchase of bristles and hair at home and abroad such as France and Switzerland became a separate [ . . . ]
ZAHORANSKY has announced a double turret as an option for the Z.SHARK family of high-performance tufting machines. The double turret ensures the Z.SHARK can use its full output capacity in an even wider range of applications. Typical applications include the tufting of children’s toothbrushes as well as hybrid toothbrushes and toothbrushes with different hole diameters that are partially tufted [ . . . ]
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak and after consultation with Chinese pavilion organizers and exhibitors, the International Sourcing Expo will not open at The Inspired Home Show 2020, the International Housewares Association announced today. Derek Miller, IHA president, says the decision was made to protect the health, safety and well-being of the industry from concerns about exposure to the virus.
Brush Manufacturers from Around the World Attend Mill-Rose Luncheon
On Friday, January 24, 2019, brush manufacturers from around the world gathered for the 57th Annual Mill-Rose Brush Manufacturers and Suppliers Luncheon, held at Pickwick and Frolic restaurant in Cleveland, Ohio. At [ . . . ]
Lisa Ryan will present strategies to keep your top talent from leaving in a fun, interactive program at ABMA’s Annual Conference in St. Petersburg on March 4, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. Learn more about Lisa Ryan at www.lisaryanspeaks.com.