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Cabinet Dispute, Lacey Act, Amish Wood Top the News

By Bill Esler Posted: 08/02/2012 2:17PM

Congress dodged facing the LACEY Act. A scheduled vote on reducing its restrictions on wood imports was postponed. Woodshop owner Jared Patchin's blog on who pays for work errors went viral.

Wood Industry Most-Read Stories, July 2012

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 08/01/2012 8:21PM

Table saw safety and a Bosch miter saw recall were among the top stories in July, as well as a feature article on extreme joinery

Housing Trends & Impacts on Wood Products Manufacturing

By Matt Bumgardner, Urs Buehlmann, Al Schuler and Karen Koenig Posted: 07/06/2012 9:29AM

Business conditions are slowly improving for the housing industry, and the wood products manufacturers that serve the construction markets. Read this exclusive survey.

Wood Industry Optimistic for 2012 Sales

By Karen Koenig Posted: 02/07/2012 11:41PM

Representatives from the cabinet, residential furniture, office furniture, architectural woodworking, store fixture, components, panel and equipment industries share their projections.

Moderate to Good Wood Component Sales for 2012

By Karen Koenig Posted: 02/07/2012 10:47AM

Following a “rollercoaster” 2011, the components industry is forecasting moderate to good sales growth for 2012, from 3 to 10 percent or more, according to member surveys by the Wood Component Manufacturers Assn. (WCMA) and the Wood Products Manufacturers Assn. (WPMA).

Slight Dip for Office Furniture Industry in 2012

By Karen Koenig Posted: 02/07/2012 10:35AM

2012 shipments from U.S. based manufacturers are projected to reach $9.3 billion to $9.5 billion, down slightly from anticipated 2011 figures of $9.5 billion in sales, according to the Business & Institutional Furniture Manufacturers Assn.

Modest Growth in 2012 for Residential Furniture

By Karen Koenig Posted: 02/07/2012 10:26AM

Building on the modest growth seen in 2011, analysts are predicting 3.5 percent growth for residential furnishings for 2012, said Andy Counts, CEO of the American Home Furnishings Alliance.

Architectural Woodworking Sales Stay Steady in 2012

By Karen Koenig Posted: 02/07/2012 9:58AM

Overall, sales expectations for the architectural woodworking industry look to “mimic” 2011, with some sectors performing better than others, according to the Architectural Woodwork Institute.

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