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UK keeps the top slot
2017 saw a rise in UK imports of US tulipwood and red oak, and completion of several American hardwood showcase construction projects. Mike Jeffree reports
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Boards prove buoyant
Wood-based panels manufacturers are working hard to keep up with growing demand. Sally Spencer reports.
MDF mouldings manufacturer W Howard is a long-term supporter of the TTJ Awards and is this year’s Headline Sponsor. Stephen Powney talks to W Howard group executive chairman Jonathan Grant
Storing up creative talent
In its latest project to widen uptake of red oak in Europe, AHEC is working with young furniture designer/makers at the start of their careers. Mike Jeffree reports
Strength in numbers
A record number of delegates from across the pallets and packaging sector attended TIMCON’s general meeting recently. Sally Spencer reports
Warmth, well-being and wow factor
A major and ultra prestigious application in the City of London could really put US red oak on the European map. Mike Jeffree reports
Future focused global forum
France’s premier timber exhibition has become a core event for the international industry; a venue for launching new products, discussing key trade topics and addressing potential forward market trends and developments. Mike Jeffree reports.
Gibbs and Dandy and the rest of Saint-Gobain Building Distribution’s Local Merchant Group has a rich history in the merchanting trade. Stephen Powney talks to the company’s MD Neil Lawrence
Plywood sales below par
The UK plywood market may be quieter than usual but the Timber Trade Federation’s new requirement for third-party testing has been keeping traders busy. Keren Fallwell reports
Across the boards
UK manufacturers are increasing their output as demand for wood-based panels continues to grow. Sally Spencer reports