Jeld-Wen Holding Inc. is dedicating resources to achieve four long-term sustainability goals as part of the company's 2022 Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) report. Jeld-Wen is committing to goals that will lead to achieving net zero waste and 100 percent renewable energy usage in its operations. JELD-WEN also aims to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions by 6 billion pounds annually, through the use of its energy-efficient products in 60 million homes worldwide by 2050.
DRUMMONDVILLE, Québec – Crows Nest Software fera la démonstration de la dernière version de son logiciel de gestion de projet et d’ERP au Salon Industriel du Bois Ouvré (SIBO), du 27 au 29 octobre au Centrexpo Cogeco.
DRUMMONDVILLE, Quebec – Crows Nest Software will demo the latest version of its project management and ERP software at Salon Industriel du Bois Ouvré (SIBO), October 27-29 at the Centrexpo Cogeco.
Most softwood lumber and panel prices dropped significantly on a holiday-shortened week in Canada, as customers were well stocked with wood and producers faced shrinking order files. All of which is normal for this time of year.
A sharp decline in single-family home construction is another indicator that the housing slowdown is showing no signs of abating, as rising construction costs, elevated mortgage rates and supply chain disruptions continue to act as a drag on the market.
Man Wah Holdings, a Hong Kong company, laid the first stone of its expansion in the state of Nuevo Leon, which is expected to generate 8,000 new jobs, as the result of an investment of $200 million.
Georgia-Pacific is working on its $40 million addition to the oriented strand board (OSB) facility in Alcolu, S.C.
PUNE, India -- The global furniture market size was $475.4 billion in 2020. A year later, the market hit $493.6 billion. From 2021 to 2028, the furniture market is expected to flourish reaching $720.2 billion at a CAGR of 5.5% in the 2021-2028 period, according to a new report from Fortune Business Insights.
Even as one wood products industry celebrates a recent Commerce Department trade ruling, another industry continues to fight a battle it thought it had already won. The commerce department recently ruled in favor of the hardwood plywood (HWPW) industry that claimed that HWPW products assembled in Vietnam using Chinese source materials were an evasion of tariffs that might be as high as 200 percent.