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 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. …
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…
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…
Companies may once have had a choice of whether or not to do business without paying attention to the digital component. Those days are long…
Veterans in the hardwood lumber industry know that not all width sorts are the same.  But those newer to the industry might not understand how…
There’s compelling evidence that employee engagement in the workplace is not where businesses would like it to be. As recently as January of this year,…
Basswood is one of those hardwood species that does not get mentioned much.  Most of the time it does not even show up as a…
When the time comes to hire new team members many companies opt to hire externally. Others choose to promote from within. In such cases, there’s…
It seems the market demand for white ash has not dwindled.  From a sawmill's perspective, what has seemed to dwindle is the amount of hardwood…

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