Channellock

19 Jul 19
Market Research Reports

Household Hand Tools Market

18 Jul 19
Orbis Research

The research study on Global Hand Tools Market organizes the overall perspective of the Hand Tools industry. This incorporates upcoming flow of the Hand Tools market together with an extensive analysis of recent industry statistics. It describes the Hand Tools market size as well as factors controlling market growth. Likewise, the report explains various challenges which […]

05 Jul 19
Market Talk News

Recent study titled, “Needle-Nose Pliers Market” which covers detailed statistical analysis and enlightens market dynamics and trends that provide a holistic picture of the industry. The report mainly identifies methodical outlook of the industry by studying key components impacting the industry such as Needle-Nose Pliers market growth, competitive landscape, emerging trends and industry cost structures during the forecast […]

04 Jul 19
Market Research Reports Insights

The report provides a comprehensive analysis of the Global Needle-Nose Pliers Market by types, applications, players and regions. This report also displays the 2014-2025 production, Consumption, revenue, Gross margin, Cost, Gross, market share, CAGR, and Market influencing factors of the Needle-Nose Pliers industry in USA, EU, China, India, Japan and other regions. Request a sample […]

02 Jul 19
Daily Republic

Jul. 2–Standing on the top step of the shaking ladder, 74-year-old Mac McCauley dove Monday into the massive radial piston engine of the B-17 Flying Fortress with a pair of Channellock pliers. Having retired more than 20 years ago, it was an odd place to find the older version of the kid from California who […]

29 Jun 19
lrecserrecar

NASCAR starting lineup at Bristol: Elliott wins pole ※ Download: Nascar driver with most wins at bristol How many wins does Kyle Busch have at Bristol Motor Speedway Busch could very easily get win No. Elliott had previously gotten into the rear of Ryan Newman causing him damage as well. Until 2002, slower starters were […]

01 Jun 19
Homebrew Finds

Bottle Opener by Channellock From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability: Bottle Opener, Combo Tool, Acetate Handle, Hardened Steel. Bottle Opener by Channellock [text-blocks id=”block-amazon”]

23 Jun 19
Built MazdaSpeed 3

We removed the exhaust last night and it went much easier than expected. WD-40 and channellock pliers made it easy to remove the exhaust from the hangers. We made a quick cut with the Sawzsall at the bend where the exhaust goes over the rear suspension and that was all that was required. I’m a […]

21 Jun 19
ToolGuyd

I found myself thinking about how Milwaukee Tool and Dewalt stack up to each other, based on recent activity and future potential.

18 Jun 19
ToolGuyd

Channellock has finally come out with new button-adjustable pliers.

17 Jun 19
Trendy Technical Reviews

According to Transparency Market Research (TMR), the global industrial hand tools market is fragmented in nature and is characterized by presence of several manufacturers. Majority of these hand tools manufacturers are competing one another to gain maximum revenue shares, thereby intensifying the competition landscape of the market. Leading vendors in the global industrial hand tools market are […]

14 Jun 19
WJET/WFXP/YourErie.com
The American manufacturing company hosting a block party for 370 employees. President of Channellock Jon DeArment says they decided to host the party to honor their employees that have helped the company to grow. Just outside of the headquarters was a handful of food trucks, music, and an ice cream vendor. “To have a successful brand that we have is years of hard work and dedication by a lot of people,” said DeArment. “We work hard every day to maintain that and you have to stop and recognize the work that everyone is doing. “
14 Jun 19
ToolGuyd

Craftsman has come out with 2 styles of compound action cutters and pliers.

13 Jun 19
WJET/WFXP/YourErie.com
Channellock is continuing their efforts toward American Manufacturing by expanding their distribution plant and soon rolling out a new product. The 133-year-old pliers manufacture has been going strong since 1886 and now employing 370 workers. ” The last three years have had phenomenal growth for us. We’re busting at the gills today. We have a lot of projects we’re working on to we can meet the consumer demand.” says Ryan Dearment VP of sales & marketing at Channellock. One of those projects include a major expansion for the distribution facility. With building material on site. Dearment says they are waiting on permits. Expected to be approved within the month. The property will grow by 35-thousand square feet bringing the total presence in Meadville to more than 260-thousand square feet. The back portion of the facility will see grow as they extend the building to more space for the stocked items. Dearment says the expansion will help to ensure more product is made, shipped, and stocked. This is something welcomed by the Meadville community. “I think it is a great idea to keep the product here in town. ” says Megan Porter “I think that’s great. I think they need to stay and employ people here in town and give them an opportunity to work. ” Dee Griffin a Meadville resident. The company will also be releasing a new push button tongue and groove pliers. There is nothing unique, however, Channellock will be the first company to make it right here, full “Made in America.” “Being the first U.S. version of a push tongue and groove pliers is going to be great for us. We see an increasing demand for U.S. made products, especially in tools. Our core customers are pros and they relay on us ” says Dearment. The speed grip is already packaged and ready to go. You can expect to see them in a store near you sometime later this summer.
13 Jun 19
WJET/WFXP/YourErie.com
MEADVILLE – Channellock, Inc., is continuing its investment in American manufacturing by adding additional square feet to the company’s facilities in Meadville, new machinery, and the launch of a new product. The new space and equipment will allow CHANNELLOCK® to address its increasing product demand by providing additional production capacity and distribution space. “We remain committed to making our pliers here in Meadville and firmly believe Made the USA products stand for quality, tradition and reliability,” said Jon DeArment, president and chief operating officer at Channellock, Inc. “This expansion will allow us to increase our production capacity to better serve our customers by getting them the tools they need. As we bring the new equipment online, including our largest forging hammer yet, it’s clear that the increased capacity will help better position CHANNELLOCK® to support the recent growth and increased demand for American-made hand tools.” CHANNELLOCK® is investing in a 35,000 square foot expansion of its finished goods warehouse and distribution facilities. The project will bring the company’s total presence in Meadville to more than 260,000 square feet of production and distribution space. With more than 370 full-time associates, Channellock, Inc., is among the largest employers in Crawford County, PA. CHANNELLOCK® DEBUTING NEW PRODUCT “The expansion is allowing us to add a brand new product –SpeedGripTM pliers – to our family of more than 130 different sizes and types of pliers and hand tools,” DeArment added. “These all new American-made tongue & groove pliers include a fast-adjusting feature and patent-pending crosshatch teeth.” CONTINUING A LEGACY The fifth-generation family owned company is also proud to celebrate CEO and board chairman Bill DeArment’s 50th anniversary with the company, as it continues its commitment to making the highest quality tools right here in the USA. CHANNELLOCK® will honor Bill and celebrate the Meadville plant expansion on June 14 with a block party for all employees at the plant. “Our vision is to continue to grow as a family owned business,” Jon DeArment added. “Expanding our CHANNELLOCK® manufacturing capabilities highlights our commitment to fueling that vision.”