Lockdowel Chooses Charles McMurray Company to Distribute Glue-less, Tool-less Eclips Fastening for Furniture and Cabinets

Lockdowel announced it has selected Charles McMurray Company as their first distributor, serving California and Nevada. Charles McMuray representatives will demonstrate, service and sell the Lockdowel glue-less, tool-less fastening system to furniture and cabinet manufacturers in its authorized region.  Charles McMurray Company is a wholesale distributor of cabinet, door and other hardware products servicing more than 6,000 wood industry customers throughout California and Nevada.

“We are extremely excited to participate in the growth of Lockdowel and are ready to kick things off,” Justin Gainer, Charles McMurray Sales Manager says. “We believe Lockdowel fastening systems are revolutionizing the way cabinets are assembled.  We will be training all of our 19 outside sales reps and preparing them with the information they need to show how Lockdowel can make their woodshops more money with less labor and time.”

Thomas May showing Lockdowel drawer slide.

“We chose the Charles McMurray Company to represent the Lockdowel Eclips Fastening system because their representatives assist their customers in making critical purchasing decisions to help run more productive fabrication shops,” Lockdowel President and Co-founder Bryan Koelling says. “The seasoned industry professionals that Charles McMurray Company employs understand the woodworking business, and how eliminating the gluing process can increase the businesses owners’ profits—60% more!”

Lockdowel Eclips is the revolutionary, glue-less, tool-less, easiest and fastest method to assemble cabinets and furniture. Lockdowel Eclips cabinet construction methods comply with ANSI, BIFMA, WI and AWI Certification standards.

“By implementing the Lockdowel assembly method, our customers can save two thirds of their costs on labor, alone,” Koelling says. “It’s not just great for the guy building a cleaner cabinet without the mess of glue. It makes the entire business more profitable and productive, allowing for flat packing, fewer techs and faster job turn around times.”