Corrupt Indonesian timber company boss jailed for five years and fined more than $180,000
A high court in Indonesia has upheld the conviction, jail term and fine of a corrupt timber trader. The relatively severe punishment is the first of its kind in the Indonesia timber sector.
New Model Institute for Technology and Engineering (NMITE) announces Hereford based Oakwrights winner of design competition
Oakwrights will create the designs for three new NMITE buildings on the Skylon site: The Centre for Advanced Timber Technology (CATT); The Centre for Automated Manufacture (CAM); Centre for Future Skills (CFS).
Italy's Scm Group confirms its financial stability and rewards innovation
Scm Group ended 2019 with a turnover in excess of €700m Euro, in line with 2018's record figures and on budget for the year. It was also in line with orders thanks mainly to the upward swing in the last few months.
Skilled wood-tradesmen are the most sought after workers in the UK construction industry.
When it comes to employers looking to fill vacant positions, it is clearly more advantageous to be trained in some jobs than others. According to Construction Industry Training Board’s (CITB) Construction Skills Network report, the top 15 in-demand manual labour jobs and corresponding annual recruitment requirements (ARR) have been identified.
Timber façade for Google’s new London HQ to be largest in the world
Hess Timber is developing the façade system for the new Google HQ in London together with Josef Gartner GmbH, a leading global manufacturer of custom-made façades.