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Monday, 12 February 2018 14:00

5 Ways to Develop Leaders of Tomorrow

The hardwood lumber industry has not been immune to the influence that the millennial generation has on the U.S. workforce. Many businesses have been faced…
Tuesday, 06 February 2018 14:47

4 Reasons Why Hardwood Rips Might Make Sense

Many times, one of the first steps when manufacturing with hardwoods is to convert the random width boards to the exact widths required in production. 
How many of your current customers do you consider loyal? How many of these loyal customers might be potential brand ambassadors on behalf of your…
Tuesday, 16 January 2018 18:53

New Year - New Tropical Hardwood Inventory

In the hardwood lumber industry, it is very typical for distributors and manufacturers to reduce their inventory on-hand at the end of each calendar year.
Business leaders know there are notable differences between B2B and B2C environments. However, from time to time it can be helpful to analyze how successful…
Friday, 29 December 2017 19:56

How to Improve Your Decision-Making Process

Business leaders must demonstrate intelligence, curiosity and good judgment in their daily lives. Most importantly, they need to be able to make decisions, sometimes controversial…
 Those familiar with the hardwood lumber industry know that we conduct business with each other based on an agreed upon standard of product grading rules. …
Friday, 08 December 2017 17:08

Popular Uses for Poplar

In the forests of North America, poplar is one of the most commonly found hardwoods.  It grows widely throughout the eastern part of the United…
Thursday, 30 November 2017 16:18

Building Trust in the Workplace

What does a workplace with a high degree of trust look like? Employees who feel trusted in their skills and judgment tend to perform better…
 The difference between tropical lumber dried in the US or overseas is very noticeable.   Lumber that is too dry, too wet, dried too fast…



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