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Timber Expo: English Woodlands Timber success 05 October, 2013 English Woodlands Timber had received enough enquiries by lunchtime on the first day to judge the show a success.

Continuity and commitment 07 September, 2013 Timber Expo may have a new home this year but at least one element will remain familiar – the presence of the Irish pavilion. Sally Spencer reports

Suitable case for online treatment 29 June, 2013 The multiple benefits of treated timber need to be more widely promoted and the internet is the ideal communication vehicle, reports Mikael Westin of the Swedish Wood Preserving Association.

Busy and building 29 June, 2013 Stora Enso is undergoing major changes to adapt to a challenging market, but sales director UK and Ireland Howard Sidney-Wilmot said the company is shaping up well to develop service and sales. He spoke to Mike Jeffree.

Optimum outputs 29 June, 2013 Södra Timber has implemented a range of strategic developments recently, gearing it to compete through a downturn and capitalise on global recovery. Mike Jeffree reports.

With merchants in mind 29 June, 2013 SCA Timber is focusing on increasing productivity and on devoting more resources to merchant customers. Camilla Hair, of SCA Timber Supply, reports.

A new buzz 29 June, 2013 After some tough times, Setra sees light at the end of the tunnel, both in the wider global market and the UK. Mike Jeffree reports.

In for the long haul 29 June, 2013 Martinson sees plenty of potential for growth in the UK market. Peter Westermark reports.

Something old, something new 29 June, 2013 Swedish timber suppliers are exploring new markets, geographically and in terms of value-added products but, says Swedish Wood director Mikael Eliasson, they remain committed to the UK market.

A business for all seasons 01 June, 2013 Clifford Jones Timber has removed the seasonal peaks and troughs of fence post production by diversifying into wood fuel – and dealt with its residues in the process. Keren Fallwell reports.

Future proofing market share 01 June, 2013 Despite the continuing economic uncertainty, British mills are investing and diversifying in order to find new markets. Robin Meade reports.

Biomass lays costs to waste 04 May, 2013 Many timber companies are ensuring that, rather than costing them money, their wood waste helps to save money – and keep them warm too.

At your disposal 04 May, 2013 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.

Making a stand 13 October, 2012 Grange Fencing and James Jones & Sons are teaming up to supply incised spruce or kiln-dried redwood fence posts. Beverley Main reports

Tour de France 04 August, 2012 The French Timber marketing organisation is spreading the word about the depth and diversity of France’s timber resource

Resilience in recession 04 August, 2012 The French timber sector faces its problems, but has held up well in the downturn, with UK business proving particularly resilient. French Timber director Jean-François Guilbert reports

Beech on the rise 04 August, 2012 Beech’s machining properties and warm tones make it ideal for applications ranging from stairs to pepper mills

Fit for purpose 04 August, 2012 With softwood output standing at around 8 million m3 per year, France is a major producer of
construction timber for the export market

The new French connection 04 August, 2012 France’s leading glulam producer and building manufacturer is targeting the UK. Mike Jeffree reports

Feeling the heat 04 August, 2012 France is now Europe’s leading producer of thermally modified timber – and the market is growing

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