ACCURATE LOCK AND HARDWARE IS THE MADE IN CT MANUFACTURER OF THE WEEK
July 17, 2013
(Rocky Hill, Connecticut) – CONNSTEP announced today that Accurate Lock and Hardware Company is the featured Made in CT manufacturer of the week. Located in Stamford, Accurate Lock and Hardware is a premier manufacturer of custom architectural hardware products for both commercial and residential markets. Since 1960, the company has continuously expanded its product line to include interior mortise locks, pocket door locks with trim, custom pivot and Harmon hinges, marine grade locks, and most recently, heavy duty screen door locks and trim.
Accurate also manufactures custom architectural hardware for historical restoration projects at some of the finest addresses in the world including the White House, Ellis Island, numerous state capitols, and the House of Commons in Canada.
The Made in CT Program (www.made-in-ct.com) is a dedicated feature on the CONNSTEP website, creating a directory for the state’s manufacturers to showcase products and services. Eligible companies can register to receive a complimentary company profile page to share company history, products/services and company news. The goal of the program is to showcase the products made in the Nutmeg State and highlight the contributions of the manufacturing community to the public. Additionally, the program provides social media forums for manufacturers to connect with one another and discuss industry issues.
“CONNSTEP is excited to provide an opportunity for our manufacturers to benefit from greater exposure and to be recognized for the important impact they make on the Connecticut community,“ Bonnie Del Conte, “The Made in CT Program offers local supply chain connections, sector peer networking and greater visibility to legislators and other economic stakeholders.”
All participating companies have the opportunity to become the featured manufacturer of the week. As the featured manufacturer of the week, Accurate Lock and Hardware will be prominently displayed on the CONNSTEP website as well as on the “Made in CT” Facebook page, LinkedIn group and Twitter feed (@CTMade).
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