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Kassoy Announces Restructuring of Operations

The changes are designed “drive long-term growth in the jewelry industry,” the company said.

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Plainview, New York – Kassoy LLC, a provider of tools and supplies for the jewelry trade, has announced plans to re-engineer its operations.

The company has consolidated to function exclusively from its headquarters on Long Island and online at Kassoy.com, according to a press release.

The company said the change is designed “drive long-term growth in the jewelry industry.”

The initiative comes on the heels of the resignation of former President Joanne Slawitsky in August and the closure of Kassoy’s New York City retail location. Kassoy owner Hans E.R. Bosch is leading the refocus of company resources as interim president.

“Kassoy has been an industry name for almost 80 years,” Bosch said. “In 2017, we will launch a refined catalog which will take us back to our roots; offering a carefully-chosen selection of quality products and services that our customers can count on as well as a showroom on-site in Plainview for local customers to visit.”

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