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Timbervest Purchases an Additional 20,000 Acres of Timberland

Posted: 09/30/2014 6:25PM

Timbervest LLC announced it acquired an additional 20,000 acres of timberland through two acquisitions for its Timbervest Partners III, LP (TVP III) investment fund.


True Hickory Offers True Grit and Texture

By Jo-Ann Kaiser Posted: 09/30/2014 2:05PM

Hickory wood yields a wide range of shades, from white to cream sapwood with fine brown lines and a tan to reddish heartwood along with character marks.


Hemlock, Spruce, Cedar Logging Auction at Tongass Forest

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 09/30/2014 7:16AM

U.S. Forest Service will auction rights to almost 10 square miles of logging rights at Tongass National Forest. Hemlock, spruce and cedar woodlands will be sold in an effort to support logging and sawmill firms until second growth forest lands mature.


L.J. Smith Stair Systems Adds WBH Group fpr Texas Sales

Posted: 09/26/2014 1:59PM

L.J. Smith Stair Systems adds WBH Group to its sales force, effective October 1, 2014.




Demand for Rustic Walnut, Hickory Is Especially Strong

By Andy Johnson Posted: 09/25/2014 7:10PM

Hardwood Publishing recently released the updated Leading Hardwood Demand Indicator (LHDI), a forecast of future demand for U.S. hardwood lumber based on residential and commercial construction, import/export trends, inflation levels, and job markets.


Simpson Lumber, on the Block, Will Retain Door-Making Division

By Bill Esler Posted: 09/24/2014 7:42PM

Simpson Lumber is for sale. The privately held business has lumber operations in Tacoma, Longview, and Shelton, WA; and plants in Georgetown, SC and Meldrim, GA, plus a door-making operation in McCleary, WA.


Transportation Resources Remain Tight

Posted: 09/23/2014 1:03PM

Transportation can be tight for wood products deliveries.


Hungry for Wood Chips, China May Buy $63 Million Worth from Chile

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 09/22/2014 7:41PM

Some $63 million in Eucalyptus woodEucaplyptuschips were bought by Armco Metals Holdings' (NYSE MKT: AMCO) China subsidiary in a trial deal. Importation of woodchips by China surged and in 2013 China became the largest chip importer.


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