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Tuesday, 07 May 2019 17:12

Canarywood "Centrolobium spp"

Canarywood, is a uniquely colored hardwood, very much like the birds. While heartwood color can vary, the colors range from a pale yellow-orange to a…
Most of us are familiar with the 4 P’s of marketing, a tool which marketing strategists and others have used for years to promote their…
Tuesday, 23 April 2019 16:28

Some Thoughts on Ash

It has been no secret the impact that the Emerald Ash Borer has had on North American Ash forests. It is almost a regular occurrence…
Brazilian Cherry (AKA Jatoba) is a tropical hardwood that primarially originates from Brazil and is known for its beautiful orange/red brown coloration that has made…
If you think that hackers and other cyberthieves aren’t interested in your business, you could be making a crucial miscalculation about security in the digital…
Tuesday, 26 March 2019 13:36

Center Cut White Oak

If you have been in the hardwood lumber industry long enough there is no doubt you have heard about some of the more common sawing…
Tuesday, 19 March 2019 19:42

Buying Hardwoods In Times of Tight Supply

The hardwood lumber industry has always seen fluctuating changes in supply and demand, which is part of what makes this industry both challenging and exciting.…
Do you have a good sense of how your business is perceived online? When your business emerges as a topic of conversation on Facebook or…
Some businesses still believe that providing quality products or services is sufficient to instill loyalty in customers. To some extent, this is true—you can’t offer…
Friday, 08 March 2019 14:31

Beautiful Bloodwood "Brosimum rubescens"

The Bloodwood (AKA Satine) of the past was a deep, dark gorgeous vibrant red color, it was truly a unique looking wood.



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