Mepra, an Italian manufacturer of steel flatware and tableware, has introduced the Original Vintage collection.
Robinson Home Products recently unveiled a new corporate logo, adding a modern and updated look to an enduring business, stated the company.
Robinson Home Products has expanded its CraftKitchen flatware line with new patterns and new accessories for existing styles.
Glassware made a big statement across the showrooms at the Spring New York Tabletop Market this week, with several vendors showcasing new shapes, designs, techniques and offerings to suit the changing preferences of consumers.
Spring was in the air as attendees of this year’s Spring New York Tabletop Market were greeted by billowing floral displays in the lobby of Forty One Madison. The blooms hinted at the fresh new trend oriented tableware designs that awaited in the showrooms throughout the building.
Typhoon Homewares is introducing the On The Ball junior flatware set from the Viners brand assortment.
The Oneida Group has named Sean Gibson vp/marketing and product innovation. Gibson, said company officials, has an extensive background in brand management and consumer product marketing and has served since 2017 as the company’s director of marketing and innovation.
The Oneida Group has sold the majority of its food service business, which markets flatware, dinnerware and barware, to Crown Brands, a distributor of commercial grade smallware, bakeware, cookware, beverageware, and other products to the food service industry.
Robinson Home Products is rolling out Studio Cuisine, a new multi-category line of better-quality kitchenware that offers upscale products at reasonable prices, said the company. The new collection includes bakeware, cookware, cutlery, kitchen tools and gadgets and flatware.
The Oneida Group has added to its leadership team with the appointment of three new executives, all of whom have extensive prior experience with the company. Bert Filice has been named president and chief sales officer. Mike Hanson and Mark Cymanski have been appointed svp/supply chain and vp/procurement, respectively.
At the recent New York Tabletop Market, Robinson Home Products unveiled the addition of flatware and dinnerware segments to its CraftKitchen brand of housewares.
Color, form and finish led the way on day two of the New York Tabletop Market, October 10. As vendors continue to look to satisfy casual living lifestyles, these design elements have evolved and inspired across a range of tableware segments.
Robinson Home Products has launched two tabletop brands, Living by Robinson and Robinson, following its exit of the Oneida tabletop business. The new brands were on display at the fall New York Tabletop Market.
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