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New 75m building among the tallest timber towers in the world

23, Sep 2021

Sara Cultural Centre (Sara Kulturhus), a state-of-the-art cultural venue and hotel in Skellefteå, Sweden, has opened its doors to the public for the very first time. Designed by Swedish architecture studio.

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Timber Supply Issues Are Causing Headaches for the Wine Industry

23, Sep 2021

Over the course of the pandemic, we've seen all sorts of shortages: meat and ketchup and Caffeine-Free Coke — and even the refrigerators you store all that stuff in.

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Is it the end of the rollercoaster ride for lumber prices

23, Sep 2021

The first half of 2021 was characterised by strong rallies across much of the commodities complex, with everything from oil to copper experiencing pronounced rallies on the back of resurgent demand and damaged supply

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American University Recreates Truss for Notre Dame Cathedral

06, Sep 2021

Tonya Ohnstad and a group of carpenters, architecture students and volunteers at the Catholic University of America use 800-year-old methods to reconstruct a vital component of the Notre Dame Cathedral.

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Two weeks until OptiSaw 2021!

06, Sep 2021

There's just two weeks until CFI and Opérations forestières annual OptiSaw event. Don't miss your chance to learn more about solutions that can help boost your sawmill profits for FREE.

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Produce beautiful wide live edge slabs with the HM130MAX

29, Aug 2021

A wide capacity sawmill for sawyers looking to mill popular live edge slabs. Featuring a 30” (76cm) diameter log capacity matched with a 30” (76cm) throat opening that produces stunning high-value live edge boards.

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Wood Industry Summit Digital 2021

29, Aug 2021

Material availability, climate protection and the Green Deal: the last few months have clearly shown how important these issues are. In order to promote dialogue for a future-oriented bioeconomy, the Wood Industry Summit...

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Oil spills after wood chip carrier breaks apart off Japan

13, Aug 2021

A wood chip carrier Crimson Polaris that ran aground at the Hachinohe Port in Aomori Prefecture, Japan on Wednesday has split in two and is spilling oil. The 49,500 dwt ship operated by Japan's NYK Line broke apart at 4,15 hrs...

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July export log prices slipped as China's seasonal demand falloff took an added hit. But domestic demand stayed strong, and Indian demand is picking up

29, Jul 2021

The At Wharf Gate (AWG) prices for export logs in July decreased an average of $8-9 per JASm3 from June prices. There was a wide range of prices depending upon location as demurrage costs in Gisborne due to port congestion

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U.S. lumber prices seen extending losses as sawmills ramp up

27, Jul 2021

The most-active lumber futures contract on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange is almost 50 per cent below last month’s record high of US$1,733.50 per 1,000 board feet. Spurred sharply higher by strong home building.

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