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FOEX Launches Two Wood Chip Indices

By Alex Keown Posted: 06/09/2014 10:17AM

Tracking overseas trading of softwood chips and hardwood chips got a little bit easier with the launch of Softwood Chip Global and Hardwood Chip Global.


U.S. Logging Team Jailed by Honduran Police

By Bill Esler Posted: 06/08/2014 11:34AM

A U.S. ship, dredging old-growth cedar and mahogany from Honduran river bottom, has been seized in Honduras and its crew jailed. The Aqua Quest was on a mission to salvage submerged logs for Miskito Indians.


Red Oak Price Increases Frustrate Hardwood Lumber Buyers

By Andy Johnson Posted: 06/05/2014 2:37PM

U.S. hardwood lumber exports rose sharply in March while foreign buyers expressed frustration over high prices for red oak, white oak and poplar.


Submerged Tropical Hardwoods Could Soon Be Harvested in Panama

Posted by Alex Keown | Posted: 05/28/2014 8:56AM

Hollund Industrial Marine, an underwater forest management company, says it found more than 20 marketable species of wood submerged in the Bayano Reservoir in Panama.




Hickory Still Scarce, but Red Oak Supply Rising

By Andy Johnson Posted: 05/22/2014 8:00AM

Demand for hickory from residential flooring factories in the U.S., China and Mexico has expanded so quickly that producers are no longer able to keep up.


Hardwood Production Increasing Alongside Demand

By Andy Johnson Posted: 05/16/2014 2:58PM

Hardwood lumber production will continue to increase as summer log availability allows mills to ramp up to serve improving domestic demand and strong export markets.


Nanocellulose Wood Fiber Sponges Could Soak Up Oil Spills

By Bill Esler Posted: 05/14/2014 10:13AM

Swiss wood researchers Empa have developed a chemically modified nanocellulose sponge that could find use mopping up in oil spills.


Red Oak Pushes Hard Maple to the Back of the Saw Mill

By Andy Johnson Posted: 05/08/2014 11:09PM

Frigid spring weather let mills push back Hard Maple cuts to take advantage of robust Red Oak markets. When the wave of Hard Maple production hits later than usual, markets will absorb it—particularly cabinet and flooring.


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