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Tuesday, 20 August 2019 12:20

Genuine Mahogany "Swietenia macrophylla"

Genuine Mahogany is the most famous of the imported species, and it has been used in fine woodworking for hundreds of years. 
How well do you know your customers? Are you operating on firsthand (and recent) data, or relying upon information collected in past months or years?…
Wednesday, 07 August 2019 20:03

Could You Benefit From Surfaced Hardwoods?

Traditionally in the hardwood lumber industry, kiln dried hardwood lumber has been sold rough. However, we have seen an increasing number of customers to prefer…
Communicating clearly is a big challenge for all of us these days, but when miscommunication occurs in the workplace, the damage can sometimes be measured…
Current customers are those who have purchased your company’s products or services and remain satisfied enough to do repeat business. Prospective customers, on the other…
Caribbean Walnut (Tzalam) may not be the most known species of hardwood in the United States and Canadian markets, but it is something you will…
Wednesday, 10 July 2019 17:04

Getting the Most Value From a Hardwood Log

One of the most valuable assets to a sawmill is a skilled and experienced sawyer that knows how to get the most value out of…
Black Walnut is one of the most beautiful, and most popular, of the North American hardwood lumber species. As we mentioned before, designers and architects…
There are significant differences between B2B and B2C marketing, but perhaps the key difference lies in the fact that B2C marketing typically focuses on a…
True Rosewoods (Dalbergia) and also African Rosewood (Bubinga) are all listed on CITES (Convention for Internationally Traded Endangered Species) in order to monitor the volumes…
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