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December 14, 2012

Seeing opportunity in China for brands such as Irwin, Dymo and Lenox, Newell Rubbermaid pushes what it calls a "Growth Game Plan." 

Newell Rubbermaid announced the expansion of its office in Shanghai as the company continues to drive its Growth Game Plan. The expanded Shanghai office currently houses nearly 200 employees, with additional capacity for future growth. 

March 27, 2012

An initial public offering is in the works for Shanghai, China-based TCP International Holdings, maker of energy-efficient light bulbs.

The supplier to Home Depot and Wal-Mart Stores (among many others) makes about 3,500 kinds of compact fluorescent light bulbs, about 275 varieties of even more efficient LEDs and 12 kinds of halogen bulbs.

September 29, 2011

Toano, Va.-based Lumber Liquidators has agreed to acquire certain assets of Sequoia Floorings relating to Sequoia’s quality control and assurance, product development and logistics operations in China.

August 10, 2011

More than 35,000 trade visitors from 85 countries are expected to fill out the China International Hardware Show 2011 in Shanghai. Some 2,400 exhibitors from around 20 countries and regions are also expected.

The Sept. 21 to 23 event, organized by Koelnmesse and the China National Hardware Association, is described as Asia's leading trade fair for tools, DIY and building hardware, security systems and locks.

August 10, 2011

More than 35,000 trade visitors from 85 countries are expected to fill out the China International Hardware Show 2011 in Shanghai. Some 2,400 exhibitors from around 20 countries and regions are also expected.

The Sept. 21 to 23 event, organized by Koelnmesse and the China National Hardware Association, is described as Asia's leading trade fair for tools, DIY and building hardware, security systems and locks.

March 13, 2011

Global construction supplier and retailer Saint-Gobain has closed its La Maison building material stores in China, according to a report in Agence France Presse. 

La Maison's 86,000-sq.-ft. flagship store and six design showrooms in Shanghai stopped operating during the week of March 10, a company spokesman told AFP. He blamed recent measures by the Chinese government to cool the housing boom and the change in construction practices, which are building more “finished” properties outfitted with electrical, plumbing and other “pre-decorations.”

October 3, 2010

Goldblatt Tool Co., established in 1885, is now Goldblatt Industries, after the company was acquired...

September 8, 2010

The electronics manufacturer wants the U.S. International Trade Commission to halt the influx of Chinese-made...

October 5, 2008

While the China International Hardware Show highlighted trends worldwide this fall, the event simmered with...

October 5, 2008

While the China International Hardware Show highlighted trends worldwide this fall, the event simmered with...

September 17, 2008

The CIHA has seen exhibitor participation grow from around 1,800 in 2007 to well over...

September 17, 2008

The CIHA has seen exhibitor participation grow from around 1,800 in 2007 to well over...

September 10, 2008

The China International Hardware Show will get underway on Sept. 17, kicking off at a...

September 10, 2008

The China International Hardware Show will get underway on Sept. 17, kicking off at a...

September 7, 2008

The China International Hardware Show will get underway on Sept. 17, kicking off at a...

September 7, 2008

The China International Hardware Show will get underway on Sept. 17, kicking off at a...

November 18, 2007

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