National Hardwood Magazine

Buyers read National Hardwood Magazine to keep up with the latest developments in the Hardwood Industry. . . both on the supplier side and in the marketplace. You know what’s happening through news and articles about sawmills, plant expansions, start-ups, buyer profiles, and market trends in the major Hardwood purchasing areas. Special plant tour features give you Hardwood purchasing needs and production methods. You will have exclusive reports on all the major Hardwood association activities and meetings. . . both national and regional, plus special presentations on problems and new technology being developed and utilized in the Hardwood industry. Published monthly with a circulation of 5,000 and is sent to buyers using #2 Common & Btr. purchasing 100,000 bd. ft. annually.

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Kepley-Frank Hardwood Company is a 60-year-old company that continues to evolve to set the pace in today’s domestic and global economies. Located between the base of the Uwharrie National Park and the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, we utilize cutting edge technology to provide high quality goods backed by superior pricing and highly efficient delivery both to domestic and international manufacturing customers.

For us, it’s all about Relationships! We pride ourselves on establishing, sustaining, and continually enhancing long-term relationships: With Landowners, for the procurement of their fine Appalachian hardwood timber, With Employees, for their individual expertise and team commitment to producing high quality goods, and With Customers by providing them with access to large and consistent high quality products while maintaining timely, efficient delivery schedules.

Utilizing our assortment of fan sheds, planning and kiln drying facilities, we are processing 50 million board feet a year.

Looking to the future, we would welcome new supply chain partnerships for any of your hardwood needs from our fine, sustainable hardwood inventory.

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