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As consumers become more conscious of the origins of the products they are purchasing, it is becoming even important to know where the hardwood lumber…
Marketing for businesses once consisted primarily of boasting about a product or service’s unique features and qualities. Touting these special features or qualities was enough…
Despite its name, Spanish Cedar isn’t from Spain! Spanish Cedar is actually closely related to the Mahogany family (Meliaceae) which includes Genuine Mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla),…
Employee engagement remains a hot topic among employers, even those in the hardwood lumber industry. It’s more important than ever that your workforce stays engaged…
Red Oak is one of the most widely used and abundant hardwoods in the eastern United States. Prized by many in the production of furniture,…
There was a time not so long ago when employers—alarmed by the rapid increase of social media activity among employees—sought to restrict such activity in…
Recently, I made a visit to Uruguay to see our good friends at Urufor. Urufor has been in operation since 1992 and deals exclusively in…
In the hardwood lumber industry, sales conversations and closing deals can span a considerable amount of time. Deals are negotiated, amended, revised, sometimes re-negotiated all…
It is no secret the demand for hardwood logs has been steadily increasing over the past few years. So what has been behind this increase…
Of the many North American hardwood species, Black Walnut, more commonly known as just Walnut, is among the most popular. With its distinct brown coloration,…

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