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Ipe Woods USA joins National Hardwood Lumber Association

Ipe Woods USA, NHLA

Ipe Woods USA has joined the National Hardwood Lumber Association (NHLA), the oldest and largest hardwood association supporting the North American hardwood industry and the global hardwood community. NHLA provides a platform for the world’s leading hardwood companies to shape the future of the industry. Their mission is to serve NHLA …

NHLA: Hardwood Lumber Included in the Trade Deal

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The U.S. and China formalised a limited trade agreement today, signalling a truce in the nearly two-year trade war between the world’s two largest economies and sets the stage for a broader agreement down the road. The “Phase One” agreement is the product of months of intense talks between officials in Washington and Beijing. It …

Editor’s pickSome timber products affected by China’s retaliatory tariffs

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The U.S.- China trade war tensions heightens once more on Friday as Beijing announced a new round of retaliatory tariffs on about $75 billion worth of U.S. goods. The tariffs of 5% or 10% on US imports will start on 1 Sep, according to a statement posted by China’s Finance Ministry. Some products will be also subject to tariffs with effect …

Editor’s pickAmerica's first hardwood CLT project launches in Indiana

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Story by NHLA; Editing by Panels & Furniture Asia In an effort to enhance awareness around using wood as an innovative building material, The United States Forest Service awarded Boston-based architectural firm, IKD, $250,000 to fund the construction of the first hardwood cross laminated timber (CLT) project in the United States. The Indiana …

Editor’s pickShe said yes!

NHLA, CEO, Lorna Christie

 … to being the executive director of the National Hardwood Lumber Association because she was intrigued by the membership and the opportunity it offered. Lorna Christie shares why hardwood matters.   It did not take long for Lorna Christie to realise what she would wake up to everyday: A job in an industry made of real …