Woodworkers from all market segments streamed through the halls of WMS 2013, Canada's largest woodworking show.
Federal formaldehyde emissions regulations proposed by the EPA are being criticized by a number of wood industry groups for their inclusion of laminated products and the ban on adhesives containing urea formaldehyde.
Savvy marketers are finding new and innovative ways to differentiate their company’s wooden products from competitors’ while piquing public interest in the marketplace.
Technology plays a key role in helping wood products manufacturers remain competitive in the marketplace. What follows are some of the implementations by this year’s WOOD 100 companies.
Service and customer satisfaction are key ingredients to a wood product manufacturer's ability to obtain and retain customers. Fast turnaround and a little luck are also key to growing marketshare.
More than half (51.6%) of North American wood products firms saw sales resurge last year, and 92.2% expect growth for this year, according to data analysis from the WOOD 100 for 2013.