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Software Bites Into Stanley Furniture 3rd Quarter Earnings

Posted: 10/14/2013 3:43PM

Stanley Furniture software roll-out snafus, and rising lumber prices from wet weather, bit into earnings and hampered sales and operating results for the third quarter of 2013. Indonesians got a government-mandated raise.

Housing's Impact on Wood Products Manufacturing? It's Big

By Matt Bumgardner, Urs Buehlmann, Al Schuler and Karen Koenig Posted: 07/08/2013 12:23PM

This exclusive survey details the housing and construction industry’s impact on the woodworking industry.

How to Keep Your Lumber Cost Low

By Rick Hill Posted: 03/06/2013 8:13PM

The most expensive raw material in most wood manufacturing plants is the lumber. Keeping a handle on the recently rising market and a steady supply are essential to staying profitable.

4 Ways to Improve Transfer Efficiency in Wood Finishing

By Wendy Hartley Posted: 03/06/2013 11:24AM

A big concern for many wood finishing companies is saving material. Generally when purchasing a spray gun, the transfer efficiency of the gun is a major consideration.

Lumber Inventories Low, Some Species in Tight Supply

By Andy Johnson Posted: 01/18/2013 4:50PM

Domestic lumber consumption continues to increase, with strong demand from flooring plants and rising demand from the kitchen cabinet sector.

What’s It Worth? Where Can I Find It?

Posted: 09/12/2012 8:25PM

Startup company AuctionPriceResults.com provides auction sales price results and searches upcoming auctions for specific industrial equipment.

Is Wood a Biobased Material? Congress Debates

By Karen Koenig Posted: 06/15/2012 8:09AM

Wood and other forest products could be considered a “biobased” product if an amendment to modify the Farm Act passes through Congress.

Lumber Prices Firm as Sawmills Trim Inventory

By Andy Johnson Posted: 05/31/2012 8:57AM

That lumber prices have held up as long and as well as they have is surprising. It because most mills have avoided building excess lumber inventories and have put in place measures to limit runaway log decks, as well.

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