The Timber Processing & Energy Expo (TP&EE)) is expected to be held as scheduled September 30 to October 2 at the Portland Exposition Center in Portland, Oregon, announced show producer Hatton-Brown Expositions. “Obviously we continue to monitor the situation closely,” the group stated. “The Portland Expo Center, under guidance from area government and health authorities, has cancelled events through much of April and we will continue to monitor their schedule. We would expect by July to have a clearer picture of the situation along with any health directives that will guide our planning.”
TP&EE caters the lumber and engineered wood products primary manufacturing sectors. More than 150 equipment companies have already signed on to exhibit.
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Following several years of below capacity operation and controversy, Klausner Holding USA, owner of sawmills in Enfield, NC and Live Oak, Fla., filed for Chap. 11 bankruptcy in early May, claiming more than $100 million in debt, after the…
In a move that creates one of the largest wood products scanning companies in the world, Microtec has acquired Lucidyne Technologies, Inc. Microtec has been delivering technologically advanced scanning and…
Xylexpo, the premiere Italian woodworking trade show that sees visitors from around the world, will move away from its traditional date in May due to the disruption caused by the COVID-19…
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