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American beech, (Fagus grandifolia), is one of the less frequently requested North American hardwood lumber species, but should it be?
Most people are familiar with the 4Ps of a marketing mix, (product, price, place, promotion). But how many people are familiar with the concept of…
Walnut, (Juglans nigra ) is considered one of the most valuable hardwoods that grow in the North American region. For generations people have chosen walnut…
Monday, 20 March 2017 14:33

Is Your Product Line Ready for a Change?

When was the last time you added something to your product offerings? Like any other business, companies in the B2B arena can’t afford to rest…
Although the majority of hardwood lumber is sold in random width and length bundles, many manufacturers prefer to request special width sorts or exact ripped-to-width…
Monday, 06 March 2017 14:28

Uses for Thick Stock Tropical Lumber

Most uses for imported tropical lumber in the United States are for 4/4" through 8/4" lumber. Whether it be 4/4” thicknesses for flooring, 5/4” for…
For generations, woodworkers and craftsmen have chosen Cherry as their lumber of choice for quality manufacturing. Cherry, (Prunus serotina), is frequently used in everything from…
Wednesday, 22 February 2017 19:43

5 Tips to Manage Your Time and Avoid Burnout

Have you ever had someone contend that there are somehow more than 24 hours in a day? We all know that’s not true, but too…
Tuesday, 21 February 2017 18:12

Encourage Cross-Departmental Communications

In organizations people and departments could have a tendency to isolate themselves from one another. It is probably not intentional, but it does happen when…
Wednesday, 15 February 2017 20:48

Are you looking for an alternative to Rosewood?

Many of our customers in the United States have been speaking with us about suitable alternatives to Rosewood.



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