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Our quality control programme
30 November, 2015
Dolphin Bay
Dolphin Bay is one of the largest manufacturers of wood preservative chemicals in Africa, and we go to great lengths to ensure that our products are of the highest possible quality before distributing them to clients. "We look at quality systematically... read more
Industry kick-starts crucial research
30 November, 2015
Dolphin Bay
Our industry is kick-starting much-needed dependable research into timber treatment again, to fill the void that has been growing over the past two to three decades. The aim of the research is to establish scientifically credible... read more
Green building market grew 12.81% in 2014
30 November, 2015
Greentech Lead thumb
Green building market witnessed a healthy growth of 12.81 percent in 2014. The growth is driven by rise in green building construction and government initiatives promoting sustainable environment propelling the growth... read more
Innovative education programme delivers transformational results
23 November, 2015
PG Bison
A partnership between leading diversified timber company PG Bison, Infundo Consulting and the Eastern Cape Department of Education has delivered a community education intervention programme that has pushed a number of local schools out of the academic doldrums. read more
Highlands Sawmill Receives Arch’s Renowned “Hand-In-Hand” Service
23 November, 2015
Arch Wood Protection
Understanding and meeting the requirements of each customer's unique needs, irrespective of the size of their operation, is a founding business principle of Arch Wood Protection. This was recently demonstrated when Highlands Sawmill, a small mill servicing the Harding... read more
Sub-standard poles threaten our future
3 November, 2015
Dolphin Bay Chemicals
Undertreatment is such a serious problem that it could threaten the future of the entire wood-treatment industry. This cautionary note from Bertus follows reports that large quantities of poles, in some cases the majority, are failing after only a few years due to under-treatment and the poles... read more
PG Bison forges ahead with investments in production capacity
2 November, 2015
PG Bison
Infrastructure developments of close to R600 million in its particleboard plants will ensure that international standards and production capacity can be maintained, says South Africa's leading diversified timber company PG Bison. read more

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