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Architec Housewares Acquires Madeira Housewares, Starboard Collection
Florida-based Architec Housewares announces two strategic acquisitions—Madeira Housewares and the Starboard Collection—to expand the scope of the 16-year-old company and establish its niche as the company renowned for innovative product development. Located in Jupiter, Fla., Madeira Housewares specializes in the manufacturing and distribution of plantation teak cutting boards (shown here) utilizing quality raw materials based in Brazil. The company resources exotic wood and crafts it into artistic and fully functional tools for the kitchen. Each product design offers a unique use to help serve or prepare meals with ease. The acquisition also includes the company's popular Mario Batali brand license ...
Robinson Home Products Appoints New President
Robinson Home Products has ushered in a new era for the company with the promotion of Ross Patterson to president. His successful six-plus year tenure as business director-tabletop at Robinson laid the groundwork for this appointment, with the company enjoying a 40 percent growth in the tabletop category over the past six years.   The promotion, which took place immediately, puts Patterson at the helm of day-to-day operations and in collaboration with the company’s board of directors to implement key development strategies.  In this new role, Patterson will oversee the health and growth of Robinson’s core business areas, with key directors ...
Southern Season Sold at Auction
Calvert Retail, a Delaware company that owns eight kitchenware stores, was the sole bidder in a bankruptcy sale for Southern Season in Chapel Hill, N.C. Calvert came in with a $3.5 million bid, according to an article in The News & Observer. A federal judge approved the sale Friday afternoon and the deal was being expedited to close on Monday. “We are very close to zero cash. We don’t have enough cash to operate next week if this doesn’t close,” John Fioretti, the court approved chief restructuring officer for Southern Season, told the newspaper. According to reports, Calvert Retail owns ...
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