Many building products try to dress up claims of being environmentally friendly. However, much like the evil stepsisters trying on Cinderella’s lost slipper, these claims
NHLA received the following notice from the Government of Canada. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is seeking feedback on a risk management document (RMD)
2023 Lumber Forecasts: Softwood Lumber Companies Found Ways To Succeed In 2022, Look For The Same In 2023
The year just ended, 2022, was a strong one for most of the participants in this Softwood Forest Products Buyer lumber survey. “Even though we
Tony Vuksich has been named the 2022 Bronson J. Lewis honoree. Vuksich was presented with the award at the APA Annual Meeting in Aventura, Florida.
Equipment and services companies that serve the Softwood lumber industry have introduced new equipment and made numerous installations in recent months. However, as one company
Johnson City, TN– Railroad tie markets are strong and should remain that way for the next few quarters, according to a report to the Appalachian