Timber Trade Journal Online

  • 30 March 2020

    WPC sales continue to grow

    Wood-plastic composites have conquered the decking market with 25% growth and made big in-roads into cladding but fencing and other product lines have proved to be slower movers reports Simon...

  • 6 March 2020

    Ready or not for Bio-based

    Brought to you by Our industry relies on glues, resins or adhesives. The products we make are only as good as the adhesive which binds the wood chips, fibres, veneers...

  • 6 March 2020

    Virtual vision changes reality

    Brought to you by Holographic computers, artificial intelligence, mixed reality – sound a bit like science fiction? What might have seemed like something out of Star Wars is not as...

  • 6 March 2020

    Lumin embarks on expansion project

    Brought to you by Another chapter has started in the story of Uruguay-based plywood manufacturer Uruply (Lumin). Construction and groundwork at the Tacuarembó mill in the north central region of...

  • 6 March 2020

    Spruce bark’s biophenol future?

    Brought to you by The BioComposites Centre at Bangor University has done extensive studies into sources and industrial applications of bio-phenol. Among its research, the bark of Sitka spruce was...

  • 6 March 2020

    Growing the seeds

    Brought to you by These are interesting and exciting days for biochemicals business Evertree. When WBPI caught up with Evertree CEO Nicolas Masson recently, the company had made a number...

  • 26 February 2020

    In the pink

    Plantation hardwood is a relatively recent option for timber buyers, but its reputation is growing. Stephen Powney looks at Urufor’s Red Grandis branded timber produced in Uruguay

  • 26 February 2020

    Clear vision

    Sarah Wild reports on the next generation of modified timber – augmented, transparent wood

  • 26 February 2020

    Cover stories

    Cladding manufacturers have been involved in many eye-catching projects recently – some more avantgarde than others. Sally Spencer reports

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