The Awards, a virtual event this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, is the timber industry’s annual awards event, rewarding companies across the sector for customers service, product quality, product range, deliveries and value for money.

This year the event also featured a Covid-19 industry response film, a focus on new campaign Wood Co2sts Less and a short film on the American Hardwood Export Council’s Connected project about designing furniture for working from home during the pandemic. 

A lively online networking lounge and fund-raising for the Timber Trades’ Benevolent Society (TTBS) also featured at the event, which saw Combilift as the Headline Sponsor.

Glennon Brothers won Softwood Trader of the Year, James Latham scooped the Hardwood Trader of the Year and Falcon Panel Products was the winner of the Panels Trader of the Year.

English Woodlands Timber won Small Timber Business of the Year, while Howarth Timber & Building Supplies was voted the best in Timber Merchant of the Year and Dale Joinery scooped Joinery Product Supplier of the Year. Howarth Timber Engineered Solutions won the Structural Timber Systems Supplier of the Year.

Neil Donaldson was awarded the TTJ Lifetime Achievement Award.

“It was great to unite together in a different, virtual way this year,” said Stephen Powney, TTJ editor. “This year has been a difficult time for many businesses, so it was all the more important to come together and celebrate something positive in the industry.”

For those that missed the Awards, the event will be available on-demand for the next 30 days – allowing people to see the Main Stage presentations, visit the Sponsor Zone, leave comments in the Networking Lounge and donate to the TTBS.

Register now to view the on-demand TTJ Awards!