Hatton-Brown Publishers Inc. released a statement regarding its operations during the coronavirus crisis as follows:
“As we all deal with personal, family and employee health concerns brought on by the coronavirus crisis, we realize it is also disrupting business operations. Hatton-Brown Publishers, Inc., while also addressing its internal health precautions, continues to move forward with its trade publications, including Panel World, Timber Processing, Wood Bioenergy, Southern Loggin’ Times, Timber Harvesting and Power Equipment Trade. We are fortunate in that the nature of the magazine business allows us on-site and off-site work flexibility in actually producing the magazines. Therefore magazine closing dates and production dates remain on schedule with regard to both print and digital magazines, digital newsletters, web site promotions, etc. Hatton-Brown will of course provide you assistance and flexibility with your promotions and marketing. Meanwhile our readership base of wood products professionals from sawmill, panel mill, and pellet mill companies, logging contractors and power equipment dealers can expect to continue to receive and enjoy our publications. Let’s pull through this crisis together.”
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