We had a fun month on The Hog Ring. We covered industry news, highlighted shops, announced new products and more. Here’s a look back at December 2022.
An electrical fire broke out at Lis’ Custom Upholstery in California causing an estimated $80,000 in damages.
Kennedy “Gaza” Adamson, a 38-year-old upholsterer, has been shot and killed in Kingston, Jamaica.
Polestar will replace leather in its vehicles as soon as it can find a sustainable textile that matches its performance.
Tune in to the latest episode of NC Shop Talk to hear Antonio Junior Marquez of Junior’s Custom Upholstery.
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Trimmer Douglas D. Kirkham of Terre Haute, Indiana, has died at age 53.
You have until December 23 to enter the NC Auto Interior of the Year “Young Guns Challenge.”
Eissmann Automotive, a German auto supplier, is expanding its plant in Alabama — including new jobs!
Bentley Motors just became the first automaker to 3D print solid gold interior trim.
SEMA is hosting a free webinar highlighting the findings of its 2023 Future Trends Report.
What do you suppose Santa Claus does when he isn’t busy delivering presents? He upholsters cars, of course!
Toyota’s interior designers are wearing fake nails to ensure their interior features are easily accessible to women.
Phil Cato of Cato’s Custom Upholstery took over the the latest episode of NC Shop Talk!
In case you missed it, here are some of Apex Leather’s biggest moments from 2022.
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