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Hardwood Demand Indicator Cools as Winter Approaches

By Andy Johnson Posted: 10/22/2014 7:46AM

Demand trends for individual hardwood species have been a mixed bag in October. Ash markets continue to be characterized by low supply, fair demand, and relatively few price movements.


Georgia-Pacific Invests $37 Million Lumber Mill in Gurdon, AR

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 10/17/2014 6:06AM

Georgia-Pacific is investing $37 million at its Gurdon, AR, lumber operations to expand the production capacity of the lumber mill by 60 percent. Another $20 million investment is being weighed for a plywood mill.


Global Uncertainty Knocks Down Hardwood Prices

By Andy Johnson Posted: 10/16/2014 8:26PM

The wood manufacturing industry outlook remains optimistic, though there are warning signs to watch in both the near and long terms, and domestic and international markets.


Decore-ative Specialties Hosts Wood Products Manufacturers

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 10/16/2014 4:12PM

Decore-ative Specialties hosted members of the Wood Products Manufacturers Association at its Monroe facility. WPMA members were provided an extensive tour of Decore-ative’s eastern operations.




Trending: Can 50,000 Year Old Wood Still Be Workable?

By Bill Esler Posted: 10/12/2014 7:20AM

Trending reports include one on massive primordial kauri logs pulled for Wisconsin furniture maker Ancientwood from New Zealand bogs. Yielding 50,000 year old lumber, the wood is both workable, and beautiful. Answers to your questions include pricing, and availability.


Advantage Wood: The Trend to Locally Sawn, Locally Kilned

By Clayton Petree Posted: 10/10/2014 3:00PM

By utilizing truly local wood processed in a highly efficient manner, your project can perform both environmentally and economically.


Hardwood Buyers Can Expect Oak Supplies to Retighten

By Andy Johnson Posted: 10/09/2014 3:12PM

Red Oak prices have taken a beating lately, but recent market developments suggest the bottom is near. Demand is also decent from stair and millwork producers and from cabinet manufacturers serving both the single-family and multi-family markets.


L.E. Smith and VT Industries Partner in Formed Countertops

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 10/06/2014 2:09PM

The L.E. Smith Co., the largest U.S. countertop fabricator operating in a single location, says it expanded its partnership with VT Industries, the nation's largest manufacturer of post-form laminate slabs.


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