Timber Trades Journal Online
The Port of Tyne based at South Shields in North East England has announced a new commercial agreement with leading UK plywood importer International Plywood.Read more
The British Woodworking Federation (BWF) has sadly announced the death of Michael Lee, BWF membership director, after a short battle with illness.Read more
An impassioned call to support the mission of the Confederation of Timber Industries (CTI) was made at the annual dinner of the Plywood Club of London on February 4.
Swedish timber export rise charted
Swedish exports of sawn and planed softwood were up 5% in January-November 2015 compared with the same period in 2014, according to Statistics Sweden.
Norbord pushes button on £95m Inverness expansion
Panel manufacturing giant Norbord has given the green light to its £95m expansion plans at the OSB mill in Inverness, Scotland.
International Plywood strikes three-year agreement with Port of Tyne
The Port of Tyne based at South Shields in North East England has announced a new commercial agreement with leading UK plywood importer International Plywood.
Jarl Timber invests in mill
Jarl Timber’s board has made a decision to start an investment programme to increase the sawmill’s efficiency.
Travis Perkins plc is one of the biggest sellers of timber in the UK. For our regular monthly face-to face interview, Stephen Powney talks to the company’s head of supply centres Jonathan Bower.
And the winning TTJ Awards Trophy is…
The TTJ Awards over the years has become an ever more fiercely competed event as the number and calibre of entries have risen.
Fencing feel good factor
Fencing demand is not as strong as last year, but solid. Meanwhile the pallets sector is keeping its eye on the exchange rate and cheap imports. Sally Spencer reports
Norvik Timber Industries CEO Sampsa Auvinen was recently appointed president of the European Organisation of the Sawmilling Industry (EOS). Here Mr Auvinen charts recent market developments in the sector and looks at prospects ahead
Timber expo moves to next level
Timber Expo is stepping up to the next level as part of UK Construction Week. Here we preview this year’s event
The UK has world-class operations in the forest products sector, but unless new commercial conifer crops are planted very urgently, the industry’s recent significant gains will be lost. That’s the stark warning from UK Forest Products Association Executive Director David Sulman for the governments of Scotland, England and Wales.
Timber industry on the acquisition trail
Some of the largest UK timber sector companies have been on the acquisition trail this last month.
Catching a Wave
How exactly do you catch a wave? In the body boarding sense I mean.
CLT aims for Pinnacle of Success
B & K Structures managing director Nick Milestone has been involved in some of the UK’s most ground-breaking cross laminated timber-based construction projects, including the award-winning new BSkyB Believe in Better Building. So why, he asks, is CLT now reaching such new and impressive heights?
Timber now has the training tools
Proskills has been working with UK timber for nearly a decade, the result, a new raft of dedicated industry qualifications and training framework. Here apprenticeship and qualifications development manager Lisa Williamson highlights what’s been achieved, but also urges the sector to make the most of its new training tools.
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