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The grab bars of old were clunky and institutional-looking. Today, Delta and American Standard have dual-purpose grab bars built into toilet tissue holders, towel bars and corner shelves in the bath/shower. Although not ADA-compliant, they are rated to handle more weight while looking like fixtures already found in the home.
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Several companies have joined ASA.
These five areas of channel conflict stem from changes that, largely, began in the 1990s and just as partnership efforts were reaching their peak.
ASA is proud to announce these companies have joined as its newest members.
These new sales management roles are in response to the growth of Viessmann sales in the United States.
Three years ago, we presented a proposal for distributor research on the trends and usage of vendor rebates. The proposal was received with enthusiasm and the ensuing presentation demonstrated sincere and substantial interest from the distributor panel. However, the proposal didn’t make the final cut as the legal issues were too sensitive.
Affiliated Distributors Chairman and CEO Bill Weisberg sees a bright future for the Pennsylvania-based buying group.
She assumed her role on August 8, 2013, and is responsible for the USA business.
After more than seven years with Hansgrohe NA, Russ Wheeler has stepped down from his post as president.