Tony Cimorelli

The hardwood lumber industry has been categorized as one that is based on a conversation and a handshake. Every day loads of lumber, which cost tens of thousands of dollars, get confirmed based on one’s word. But at the same time, technological advances seem to be moving our interactions amongst customers and suppliers further and further away from a face to face meeting.

Maple trees are one of the most common species found in the hardwood forests of North America.  There are many variations of the species but for practical purposes we separate maples into two types of lumber.  The first is Hard Maple, (Acer saccharum), which many also refer to as Sugar Maple.  The second is and Soft Maple, which is derived from several different types of maple trees such as Red Maple (Acer rebrum) and Bigleaf maple (Acer macrophyllum).



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