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    Ken Forging Turns 50: Inventory Key Strategy

Ken Forging Turns 50: Inventory Key Strategy

February 23
15:44 2020

Early on, founder Rich Kovach developed a business strategy of having product in stock.

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Howmet Aerospace Names Co-CEOs

February 25
23:23 2020

Arconic CEO John Plant has agreed to a three-year employment agreement to lead Howmet Aerospace as co-CEO.  Tolga Oal, who currently serves as President of Arconic Engineered Structures, will serve as co-CEO.

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    China Trade Truce Freezes U.S. Fastener Tariffs Until 2020

China Trade Truce Freezes U.S. Fastener Tariffs Until 2020

February 04
09:31 2020

Phase one deal leaves 25% tariffs on bolts, screws and other fasteners manufactured in China, as well as 15% tariffs on all iron and steel nuts.

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    2020 Taiwan Fastener Show Postponed Until October

2020 Taiwan Fastener Show Postponed Until October

February 15
14:35 2020

Wuhan coronavirus forces the Taiwan International Fastener Show to postpone April event until October 14-16.

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    Lawson Catalog Released

Lawson Catalog Released

February 04
10:30 2020

Lawson Products new digital and print catalog has a “new look and feel, with updated content that provides more focus on Lawson’s exclusive private label brands.”

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    U.S. Factories in China Open With ‘Severe’ Worker Shortage

U.S. Factories in China Open With ‘Severe’ Worker Shortage

February 19
10:50 2020

U.S. factories around Shanghai will be back at work this week, but the “severe” shortage of workers due to the coronavirus will hit production and global supply chains, Bloomberg reports.

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