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South Africa’s path to dry kiln success
27 October, 2017
Wood Buisness
Henco Viljoen, co-owner of Timbersoft in South Africa, is passionate about timber drying. He inherited this passion from his father, mentor, and co-partner, Johan Viljoen. Together they have developed customized drying systems for fine tuning, improving, and upgrading kilns. read more
Environmentally friendly colour marking shows brilliant results
25 October, 2017
Komatsu
Colour marking of the wood is one part of many in the harvesting process. As colour marking is the foundation for delivering the right products to the sawmill and to minimise wastage, it is important that the paint is of the right quality. read more
From Wido-Maker to Rain-Maker
24 October, 2017
Red river timber
Incredible as it may sound, there are trees that ‘know' when times are about to get tough. Perhaps they feel it deep down in their roots, in the very pith of their heartwood for they take drastic and dramatic action.  Anticipating that a drought is about to break on the land read more
Brazilian pulp production still on the rise; US-Canada tension over softwood lumber imports intensifies
24 October, 2017
IPPWeek
According to CW Research's Paper and Pulp Country Market Data coverage available on IPPWeek.com, paper and pulp market volumes have displayed conflicting trends across different markets, although Brazilian pulp production continues to record a positive evolution. read more
National Forest Products Week Puts Pulp, Paper, Packaging, Tissue, Wood Products Center-Stage October 15 - 21
17 October, 2017
AF&PA
American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) President & CEO Donna Harman today issued the following statement regarding President Trump's official proclamation recognizing the 57th anniversary of National Forest Products Week (Oct. 15 - 21) read more
Wooden wind power towers triple energy production
17 October, 2017
Modvion
There is a big demand for renewable energy, and the number of wind power stations continues to increase. Traditional steel and concrete structures will soon be competing with modular wind power towers made of wood, which are more eco-friendly, cheaper... read more
Independent report ticks Australian pulp and paper industry
10 October, 2017
Timberbiz
Assistant Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources - Senator the Hon Anne Ruston, Minister for Industry - the Hon Arthur Sinodinos MP, and AFPA CEO Ross Hampton discussing the 2016 Pulp & Paper Sustainability Report.An independent report assessing Australia's pulp and paper industry... read more
What it’s like to live in a R300,000 modular home in South Africa
10 October, 2017
Business tech
South African homes are becoming smaller as owners opt for townhouses and flats over free-standing properties. This is according to a new Stats SA building report, which found that on average eThekwini (Durban) has the largest homes when measured by square metre. read more

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