Timber Trades Journal Online
Structural work is now complete on the new building at James Jones & Sons’ I-Joist manufacturing site in Forres, which will house what is being dubbed as “the world’s most modern I-Joist manufacturing facility” when commissioned later this year.Read more
Nationwide roof truss manufacturer Pasquill has supplied truss materials for the Truss House project, an initiative from timber engineers Sylvan Stuart, Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC), and Robert Gordons University.Read more
Accsys, the company behind Accoya modified wood, has reported revenue up by 10% to €26.7m for the five months ended August 31.
Daltons Wadkin to present new theme at W Exhibition
Woodworking machinery distributor Daltons Wadkin will present a new themed display at the W Exhibition this year.
Composite Prime and Taylor Maxwell agreement yields results
Composite Prime says its market share in the composite decking market has soared following a tie-up with a high-profile distributor.
Structural work complete on James Jones new I-joist facility
Structural work is now complete on the new building at James Jones & Sons’ I-Joist manufacturing site in Forres, which will house what is being dubbed as “the world’s most modern I-Joist manufacturing facility” when commissioned later this year.
Wood for Good holds health and wellbeing marketing summit
A Wood for Good Marketing Summit will update the timber industry on the current trend towards health and wellbeing.
A good mix of products, wide geographical coverage, being both in and out of Europe, and a strong balance sheet, for the Premier Forest Group it is all about spreading risk and reaping the reward. Robin Meade speaks to the new CEO
The Wood Technology Society held its first scientific conference in June. Sally Spencer reports on the first day
TTBS national golf success
One of the highlights of the timber trade’s golfing calendar – the TTBS National Golf – was another big success, reports Ivan Savage
Design relates red oak story
One of Poland’s leading designers has created a collection of contemporary furniture informed by the supply and production process of America’s most populous hardwood. Mike Jeffree reports
GREENJOIST shows potential
A number of international players are backing the GREENJOIST project, which aims to open up applications in industrial logistics markets for a recycled wood beam to replace solid wood
Faced with accelerating change on multiple fronts, the forestry and timber supply chain needs to take responsibility for its own future”and get even more involved in the decision making processes shaping its destiny, writes Confor chief executive Stuart Goodall
The time to harness opportunities is now
The time is ripe for the timber industry to harness the opportunities presented by a growing interest in health and wellbeing, argues Christiane Lellig, campaign director for Wood for Good
Mind the gap - Philip Koomen
Philip Koomen, director of Philip Koomen Furniture and a visiting senior fellow at the Open University Business School highlights Rycotewood Furniture Centre’s efforts to bridge the gap between industry and education
Global appetite for French timber
A combination of a resurgent home market and export demand is filling the order books of the French timber sector. One key concern, however, is raw material supply, writes French Timber managing director Jean-François Guilbert
Milan and Nantes shows punch weight
Nantes and Milan are key places in the European timber industry calendar this year.