Posts Tagged ‘ Malaysia ’

Evermark Boosts Global Presence with New Facilities in U.S. and Malaysia

Nov 30th, 2023

In a strategic move aimed at enhancing customer experience and delivering efficiency, Evermark has unveiled new warehouse and distribution centers in Salt Lake City, Utah, and Edinburg, Va. The company also announced the launch of a manufacturing facility in Malaysia. Officials said its expanded footprint will allow the company to get products “out the door […]

Clash Between AEC and AA Over Dumping Lawsuit Dubbed a ‘Misunderstanding’

Nov 27th, 2023

The Aluminum Extruders Council (AEC) countered claims by the Aluminum Association (AA) that an investigation into 14 countries regarding illegal and unfair dumping practices will harm trade relations between Canada, Mexico and the U.S. In an email, Matt Meenan, AA’s vice president of external affairs, said the incident was a “misunderstanding.” The situation has since […]

Trade Commission Votes to Continue Investigations Into Aluminum Dumping

Nov 20th, 2023

The U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) voted Friday to continue investigations into 14 countries for illegal and unfair dumping practices, determining that “there is a reasonable indication that a U.S. industry is materially injured by reason of imports of aluminum extrusions.” USITC’s investigation follows a petition filed in October 2023 by the Aluminum Extruders Coalition […]

Report Accuses Jeld-Wen and Home Depot of Contributing to ‘Forest Crimes’

Nov 16th, 2023

A report produced by the nonprofit Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) accuses Jeld-Wen and The Home Depot Inc. of contributing to illegal deforestation. The 501(c)(3) agency reports that its investigative findings connect “forest crimes” in Equatorial Guinea and Asian processing hubs with “millions of doors sold to U.S. consumers via more than 750 Home Depot stores […]

Aluminum Extruders File Petition With Commerce in ‘Fight for Our Very Existence’

Oct 5th, 2023

The Aluminum Extruders Coalition (AEC) and United Steelworkers (USW) filed a trade case this week with the U.S. Department of Commerce (Commerce) and the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC), in what AEC officials are calling “a fight for [its] very existence.” The case includes allegations of illegal and unfair dumping against 15 countries. By using […]

Platinum Equity to Acquire Jeld-Wen’s Australasia Business

Apr 19th, 2023

Platinum Equity announced this week that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the Jeld-Wen Australasia windows, doors and related building products business from Jeld-Wen Holding Inc. The transaction is valued at approximately $461 million and is expected to close in the third quarter of 2023, subject to certain closing conditions and regulatory approvals. […]

JELD-WEN Announces Strategic Review of its Australasia Business

Sep 1st, 2022

JELD-WEN Holding Inc., a global manufacturer of building products, has announced that it has initiated a comprehensive review of strategic alternatives for its Australasia business. “We are executing on our strategy to maximize shareholder value and position JELD-WEN for long-term success,” said David Nord, chair of the JELD-WEN board of directors. “As part of this […]

Chinese Moulding Provider Fires Back at Department of Commerce

Mar 11th, 2021

After the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) voted to issue countervailing duty and antidumping duty (AD/CVD) orders on wood mouldings and millwork products imported from China, one of the producers subject to the orders is firing back with a legal complaint. The ruling followed an investigation through which USITC officials determined that by subsidizing and […]