Oxford breaks from Randomlane Industries. (in the news).
RICHMOND HILL, Ontario -- Oxford Picture Frame, which was a division of Randomlane Industries, is now led by Oxford's founder's grandson, Steve Cohen, along with several senior Oxford managers. Randomlane Industries divested itself from Oxford to this group of investors recently.
"Oxford has been producing wood mouldings since 1917 from Toronto," said Cohen. "My grandfather started Oxford back in 1917, producing a quality product. Our team's focus is to make Oxford the highest quality manufacturer in North America by producing world-class mouldings, both in terms of quality and design."
"Our goal is to make Oxford synonymous with quality," said Vice President Alex Skoric. "We have taken great strides in the last five years to raise the expectation level of our customers. To that end we are in the process of relocating to a new factory dedicated exclusively to the manufacturing of a high-quality product for our customers."
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|Publication:||Art Business News|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Jun 1, 2002|
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