International Wood Products Association launched a training program to help wood trade professionals establish standard operating procedures to comply with Lacey Act rules governing protected wood species.
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Royal Plywood, Blum, Colonial Saw/Lamello, Hafele, ESI, Decore-ative Specialties, Rockler Woodworking, and West Wood Products donated nearly $8,000 in supplies, tools and giveaways for students at the 2016 SkillsUSA California State Cabinetmaking Championships, held April 2 at the Town & Country Resort and Convention Center in San Diego.
The American Wood Council (AWC) has released a revised 2015 Manual for Engineered Wood Construction, which contains design information for structural lumber, glued laminated timber, structural-use panels, cross-laminated timber, poles and piles, I-joists, and structural composite lumber.
Zongkers is a specialty, craftsman-oriented, custom furniture manufacturer. The company distinguishes themselves from other shops by fabricating originally designed furniture, one piece at a time.
Mainly specializing in custom artwork and hand-carvings, marquetry veneer inlays, curved furniture and specialty finishes, the company offers full design services for furniture, kitchens, and casework.
Kukun, an online platform focused on giving homeowners more control over the home remodeling process, has introduced a rating system aimed at home renovation professionals seeking new business and ways to enhance their online presence for free.
Gardener’s Supply Company is now offering a cedar outdoor cocktail bar that doubles as a planter. Made with solid and reclaimed cedar planks, the “Plant-A-Bar’s” bar unfolds for cocktail hour.
Panel manufacturer Kustom Material Laminators (KML) has said that its textured Edgewood panel has become its flagship product.
Docking Drawer founder Scott Dickey pulled together the first Docking Drawer prototype before sharing his project on Kickstarter around a year and a half ago. His revolutionary product would help clear homes and offices of clutter by eliminating distracting power chords.