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Tightened Particleboard Supply Challenges Industry

By Wade Vonasek Posted: 10/12/2006 2:00AM

Tightened Particleboard Supply Challenges Industry: Recent plant closures and an explosion at a major panel manufacturer have led to board shortages and resulting price increases. Wood & Wood Products asks: How will the composite panel industry respon


BIFMA's Reardon Discusses Economy's Impact on Office Furniture Sales

Posted: 10/12/2006 2:00AM

Wood & Wood Products spoke with Tom Reardon, executive director of the Business and Institutional Furniture Manufacturers Assn. Reardon noted the slowdown but also discussed the potential for improvement created by the Federal Reserve Board's most recent round of interest rate cuts.


Answering the China Question

Posted: 10/12/2006 2:00AM


State of the Industry - What Happened to the Frameless Revolution?

By Greg Landgraf Posted: 10/12/2006 2:00AM

State of the Industry - What Happened to the Frameless Revolution?: Frameless cabinetry fills a significant niche in the U.S., but consumer attitudes and design advancements have prevented it from dominating. - March 2002




Answering the China Question

Posted: 10/12/2006 2:00AM

Answering the China Question: Wood & Wood Products talks with AFMA vice president of governmental affairs Russell Batson to find out how new trade relations with China will impact the U.S. furniture industry. - June 2000


Solid Wood Battles for Millwork Markets

By Katie Coleman Posted: 10/12/2006 2:00AM

Solid Wood Battles for Millwork Markets: While wood reigns atop the millwork industry, other materials seek to dethrone it. MDF, plastics, vinyl and other materials continue to erode wood's share of the strong housing and remodeling markets. - February


U.S. Cabinet Industry Is Cooking in 2003

By Karen Koenig Posted: 10/12/2006 2:00AM

U.S. Cabinet Industry Is Cooking in 2003: With housing starts up and import figures remaining low, the future is looking bright for U.S. cabinet manufacturers . - March


Top 25 Cabinetmakers - Slowdown, Yes; Recession, No

By Greg Landgraf Posted: 10/12/2006 2:00AM

Top 25 Cabinetmakers - Slowdown, Yes; Recession, No: Most of the cabinetmakers surveyed by Wood & Wood Products see a soft landing for the economy. - March 2001


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