Timber Trades Journal Online
Forest Industries Ireland (FII), a new trade association for Ireland’s forestry and timber industries officially launched in Dublin on January 9.Read more
LIGNIA Wood Company, the modified timber manufacturer, has signed a distribution agreement with a leading UK timber distributor – Timber Connection.Read more
Forest Industries Ireland (FII), a new trade association for Ireland’s forestry and timber industries officially launched in Dublin on January 9.
LIGNIA Wood Company signs distribution agreement with Timber Connection
LIGNIA Wood Company, the modified timber manufacturer, has signed a distribution agreement with a leading UK timber distributor – Timber Connection.
Homegrown timber sales index charts slowing of price growth
Latest available UK private sector homegrown timber sales figures from Bidwells demonstrates the trailing off of price increases.
New MD at David Salisbury
After a record-breaking 2018 for David Salisbury Joinery the company is pleased to announce the appointment of Wes Kangurs as its new managing director as part of the next phase of its development.
Schattdecor acquires US Coating Company
Wood based panels surfacing giant The Schattdecor Group has finalised the purchase of US Coating Company, of South Carolina.
The invisible wood all around us, in our built environment, is contributing to the climate agenda in several ways, says Dr Morwenna Spear of the BioComposites Centre
A compelling storey
The annual Wood Awards saw Storey’s Field Centre & Eddington Nursery “rise to the top”
The Surface Design Show returns to the London Business Design Centre next month
Inspire and Improve
TRADA’s Better Timber Buildings conference created discussion points around how timber-based construction can be improved. Sally Spencer reports
Sowing seedlings for the future
Södra’s traditional co-operative business model continues to deliver growth and innovation – including in the UK. Mike Jeffree reports
The EU timber trade faces challenges in 2019, not least the potential impacts of Brexit, but the woodworking industries federation CEI-Bois is determined to help it maintain market impetus, writes secretary-general Patrizio Antonicoli
Panto is over, but political farce continues
Continued lack of clarity over Brexit is causing inevitable economic uncertainty and stress, but the timber sector and Timber Trade Federation is focused on business development regardless, writes TTF managing director David Hopkins
Staying engaged with EU opportunity
Regardless of Brexit, the UK timber sector must cultivate, maintain and improve relationships with colleagues across the rest of Europe, writes Keith Fryer Buildbase forest products development manager
A fire safety essential
Post Grenfell, more than ever, Declarations of Performance for fi re rated panels are a key assurance, writes Meyer Timber compliance manager Stephen Cope
Potentially momentous times for tropical timber
There are major opportunities for tropical timber in marine civil engineering applications, but only if suppliers and customers are persuaded to use a wider range of lesser-known species, writes Dr John Williams, principal consultant at engineering, environmental and technical services consultancy RSK