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Baillie Lumber Specializes in Hardwood Ripping Solutions

Posted: 12/16/2014 4:59PM

With a history of dedication to integrity, responsiveness and industry developments and technology, Baillie is focused on the success and changing needs of its customers.


California Housing Trend: Smaller, More Energy Efficient Homes

Posted: 12/16/2014 12:12PM

Economic realities and increased environmental awareness have resulted in a trend in many markets toward smaller, more energy efficient homes on smaller lots.


Six Most Expensive Wood Veneers

Posted: 12/15/2014 11:32AM

Oakwood Veneer in Troy, MI lists some of its more costly and rare wood veneers. "Whether or not you choose to use these species, it is good to know what is out there to best educate yourself and your clients," says Oakwood.


Chenchen: Wood of 1,000 Names

By Jo-Ann Kaiser Posted: 12/15/2014 6:00AM

Chenchen, an Africa wood species with a long list of applications has an even longer list of names. Also called white sapele or white mahogany because of its nice ribbony-grain pattern, the lightweight wood could be a balsa wood substitute.




U.S. Hardwood Exporters, Benchmark Furniture Explore Cherry, Oak

By Posted: 12/14/2014 12:30PM

American Hardwood Export Council collaborated with Benchmark Furniture, commissioning 'Getting away from it all' a workspace made of American red oak and cherry, part of a Wish List series by global design leaders.


High on the Log: U.S. Hardwood Exports Hit Nine Year Peak

By Andy Johnson Posted: 12/11/2014 5:34PM

U.S. hardwood log exports have climbed 31% in 2014, driven by vastly improved availability and robust demand, particularly from China and Canada. Shipments are on pace to reach a nine-year high of 2.02 million m³ for 2014.


Softwood Lumber Prices Fall in U.S., Rise in China

Posted by Michaelle Bradford | Posted: 12/09/2014 3:35PM

Softwood lumber prices have trended downward in the US, Russia and Japan this fall, while they have gone up in China and the Nordic countries.


Softwood Lumber Prices Fall in U.S.

By Hakan Ekstrom Posted: 12/08/2014 2:36PM

Softwood lumber prices have trended downward in the US, Russia and Japan this fall, while they have gone up in China and the Nordic countries, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly.


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