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Read the strategies for success by 100 wood products manufacturers

Now in its 33rd year, this exclusive annual report details the successful strategies put in place by 100 North American secondary wood and panel products manufacturers to grow their businesses in furniture, cabinetry, architectural woodwork, store fixture, components, closet systems and other industry markets.

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Read the 2022 WOOD 100: Strategies for Success

• Marketing Initiatives

Business Strategies

Productivity Enhancements

Technology Integration

Product Innovations

Customer Service

The outlook continues to be optimistic for the WOOD 100, with practically all (95%) of the North American wood products manufacturers anticipating 2022 sales to exceed those of last year. While this is not unexpected after the pandemic, supply chain shortages and lack of labor are still having an impact.  Even so, 82% of the WOOD 100 are also bullish on their 2023 sales projections.

As before, the economy and employee recruitment/retention ranked one and two of the top concerns by companies, followed by a tie between supply chain challenges and lumber/panel material costs.

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