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FLEGT forest power to the people
The EU FLEGT VPA process is giving local communities real influence in the operation of their forest and timber sectors and they’re urging the EU timber trade to back it. Mike Jeffree reports.
Back on track
An improving North American economy helped boost this year’s IWF in Atlanta. Stephen Powney of sister publication Wood- Based Panels International was there.
AHEC’s latest project for the London Design Festival has delivered more than anyone could have wished for. Keren Fallwell reports
Irish wood processors remain committed to trading with their closest neighbour, the UK. Sally Spencer reports.
TTJ Awards 2014 – the winners
James Latham plc is the 2014 TTJ Timber Trader of the Year. The announcement was made by guest speaker George Clarke at this year’s Awards, held at The Landmark in London. The ceremony was enjoyed by more than 370 guests from across the timber and related industries both in the UK and internationally. The day was rounded off with post-Awards drinks at The Larrik pub, sponsored by Snows Timber. The trophies were made by Handrail Creations and Koppers supplied the table centres.
Going for growth
The Builders Merchants Federation used its Members’ Day to outline its vision to expand, and strengthen, its reach. Keren Fallwell reports.
The timber garden products sector is looking forward to a bumper 2015 season. Sally Spencer reports on this year’s Glee exhibition
Demand for garden buildings, both traditional and contemporary, is growing. Sally Spencer reports
Firing the message home
John Fletcher, manager of the BWF-CERTIFIRE Scheme, reports on this year’s Fire Door Safety Week
Joinery business gathers pace
The joinery sector is working at full speed but while the full order books are welcome, increased demand brings challenges. Liz Male reports from the BWF.
Clear view imperatives
Dave Hopkins, executive director of Wood for Good, says transparency within supply chains is essential if consumers are to have faith that products are ethically sourced.