The International Wood Products Association (IWPA) declared the 2023 World of Wood Convention a success.
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The International Wood Products Association has unveiled its latest issue in both a hybrid print and an innovative virtual publication.
IWPA reimagined its annual convention to allow attendees to participate from their home or office.
More than 300 importers, U.S. manufacturers, exporters, wholesalers, offshore suppliers and service providers to the global wood products industry are expected.
The International Wood Products Association's new courses on Wood Trade Compliance will also examine liability wood manufacturers have under the 2015 Enforce and Protect Act.
The International Wood Products Association (IWPA) and the American Home Furnishings Alliance (AHFA) will a host a series of Wood Trade Compliance Training and Due Diligence Tools courses.
The International Wood Products Association (IWPA) closed its 62nd World of Wood Convention with a celebratory second line parade and the passing of the gavel from immediate past president, JoAnn Gillebaard Keller of Holland Southwest International, to incoming president, Caroline McIlvain of J. Gibson McIlvain Company.
U.S. Customs manager Lauren Duval will talk about enforcing of new U.S. tariffs on Chinese plywood, among the sessions at the IWPA's annual conference, running March 14-16 in New Orleans.