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The Issues: Wish You Were Here (Or I Was There)
So it was with a broken heart, I realized that the Timber Processing & Energy Expo was just not going to happen this year in Portland, Oregon. My heart was broken because I wanted to see the crowds gather around the latest drone video from a new sawmill on display. It was broken because I wouldn’t be buzzing around with beer tickets catching up with old friends and making new ones. But, by choosing to cancel our 2020 event we are able to wait, make sure the world is a safer place for us to all crowd the brat line and wonder if the Oregon Ducks really have what it takes to beat the SEC in a playoff game. 2022 (September 28-30 to be exact) will be better and safer for our industry to have its family reunion in Portland.
Article by Jessica Johnson, Senior Associate Editor, Timber Processing
- TP&EE 2020 Cancelled, But Full Speed Toward 2022
- 4FRI May Ride On Elections
- SmartLam Teams With RedBuilt
- Maxwell Led SFPA, Temple Inland
- Shealy Was Active In Industry
- Canfor’s Vida Buys Three Mills
- Ashton Lewis Buys Virginia Sawmill
- Enviva Buys Georgia Biomass
- Interstates Safer For Trucking
- Interfor Lays Off Gilchrist Staff
Change Of Pace
BUCKHANNON, West Virginia – Coming off a lukewarm year due to the China Trade War, Appalachian Forest Products (AFP) Logs & Lumber Inc. has found solace in its ability to diversify between high and low grade logs and lumber.
Article by Patrick Dunning, Associate Editor, Timber Processing
Event Offered Plenty To Take Home: Leadership, safety, process technologies, you name it
ATLANTA, Georgia – Though the pandemic hit home right in the middle of it, nearly 300 industry personnel and representatives from 16 wood products manufacturing companies participated in the seventh Panel & Engineered Lumber International Conference & Expo (PELICE) held March 12-13 at the Omni Hotel at CNN Center in Atlanta.
2020 Lumbermen’s Buying Guide
This issue includes your new desktop guide to almost 400 forest products industry equipment manufacturers, suppliers and service businesses and their products.
- Hampton Lumber Awards $250,000 To Students
- Oregon Salamander Lives With Logging
- Vecoplan Enhances Marketing, Service
- Conservation Group Buys Maine Tract
- SFPA Announces 2019 Safety Leaders
- Wood ID Lab Moves To Oregon State
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Freres Is Beaming Over New Carriage
Article by Dan Shell, Senior Editor, Timber Processing
LYONS, Oregon – Recent innovations at family-owned Freres Lumber Co. not only solidify the company’s position as a key West Coast veneer and plywood panel supplier, but also as a pioneer in the growing mass timber construction movement. The company’s traditional veneer and plywood operations and the new Mass Plywood Panel (MPP) operation are backed by the latest technologies to run more efficiently at lower cost.
And now a new bandmill line and one of the longest carriages in North America give the Freres MPP facility the capability to produce beam and column products that compete with glulam. This makes Freres the only producer in the U.S. that can make every wooden component of a mass timber project, from floors and walls to beams and columns.
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