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Solid sales growth and some inspiring architectural projects have given Kebony a high profile in the modified wood market. Stephen Powney reports.
Accsys Technologies’ Accoya and Tricoya products are gaining traction in the market. Robin Meade reports.
Making softwood perform like the best tropical hardwoods, while boosting dimensional stability, used to be regarded as one of the holy grails of the timber trade.
Playing a straight bat
Ian Robinson describes being an agent as hard graft, but he’s loved every minute of a life-long career in the business. Mike Jeffree reports.
A string of developments could see modified wood brand Lignia challenge its rivals in the UK. Stephen Powney reports.
A decade of development
Opening the call for entries, Camilla Hair of SCA Timber Supply reviews factors influencing the present and future of the TTJ Career Development Awards
Biomass lays costs to waste
Many timber companies are ensuring that, rather than costing them money, their wood waste helps to save money – and keep them warm too.
REA puts energy into biomass
The Renewable Energy Association is campaigning to ensure biomass has a role in the UK’s renewable energy production.
At your disposal
With interests in animal bedding products, the chipboard sector and wood biomass, Plevin offers a one-stop shop for disposal of any sawmill co-products or waste wood. Sally Spencer reports.
Cheshire Mouldings takes its environmental responsibilities seriously and sees the EU Timber Regulation as a positive step forward. Managing director John Carney reports.