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Home  Newsletter Archive  June 2001

 


Species masterclass
Wood-by-wood analysis of products you trade

Yell for TIMBERWeb
Help us secure another eCommerce award

Start It Up
First for online timber machinery

Timber News Headlines
The latest reports for lumber

Promote buying requirements
for the best prices

Members: Use the Web to
find new business free


Bonjour, Guten Tag, Ciao, Hejsan
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TIMBERWeb is the world’s leading B2B 'eMarket' for timber and forest products.

It is a successful, interactive web community dedicated to companies of all sizes globally, covering three key areas:

Buying and Selling timber online

Publicity for Members – targeted exposure, access
to new contacts, important trade data

Timber industry information – business database, daily industry news, currency
rates, statistics, events

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Kompan PH Tomasz RadlinskiPoland

Capital Timber GroupUSA

Kevin AndrewsUSA

Graboplast RtHungary

Shanghai Feihong Wood Products Co LtdChina

Flynn FlooringNorthern Ireland

S.W. Madill Forestry LtdCanada

Penrod CompanyUSA

Techtransstroy LtdRussia

Pike Lumber CompanyUSA

Eximtrans CompanyBelarus

Snowgreen Christmas TreesEngland



NEW - Wood Species Guide on TIMBERWeb

TIMBERWeb has produced a new guide to the key tree species used in the production of lumber and wood products.

The pictorial guide will help buyers and manufacturers learn more about the species they are working with, and help sellers who can email details of the species they specialise in to potential customers.

The guide includes all major hardwood and softwood species, and has details of a wood's working properties, its origin, physical properties and technical specification.

The guide is for TIMBERWeb members only and can be accessed by clicking here.



Yell for TIMBERWeb to win an award

TIMBERWeb has won 7 eCommerce awards for excellence since the business was founded in 1996, receiving recognition from organisations including the Financial Times, Barclays Bank and the Sunday Telegraph.

We would like our Members and visitors to help us secure yet more recognition for our growing community. As part of a celebration of the very best on the Net, Yell.Com is inviting all users to nominate their favourite UK-based website.

By helping us spread the TIMBERWeb brand you will be driving new visitors to our website, who will then find your business too. Help spread the name of your favourite timber/lumber web community by clicking here and nominating www.timberweb.com. Please select the 'Commerce' category for us. Nominations are free and the closing date is 20th July, so please - Vote For Us.

Thank you.


Find timber machinery using TIMBERWeb

Sawmillers, wood manufacturers and harvesters can now search for companies supplying machinery they need, using our new interactive Machinery section.

We have collated all the key machinery companies on TIMBERWeb, plus details of the relevant machinery events, and product news, to help our Members.

The new section has been launched and is available online to TIMBERWeb Members only by clicking here.


Timber News Highlights

All Members Access today's headlines.
All these reports are available on TIMBERWeb - together with many other news stories not listed here.

Australia: Timber pests a threat to lumber export future
Timber diseases and pests are a threat to the future expansion of Australia’s lumber export trade, researchers said.

Finland: Norscan pulp stocks fell by 84,000 tonnes in May
Producers' stocks of long-fibre wood pulp in Finland, Sweden, Canada and the United States fell by 84,000 tonnes in May to 1.84 million, a Finnish forest industry official said.

Swiss and Belgian certification schemes submitted to PEFC
Two national independent forest certification schemes covering Switzerland and Belgium have been submitted to the Pan European Forest Certification Council (PEFC) for assessment.

FSC will seinen Sitz nach Europe verlegen
Der Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) verlegt seinen Sitz von Mexiko nach Europa. Dies wurde auf der Vorstandssitzung der Organisation Ende Mai in Berlin beschlossen. Ein Ort wurde noch nicht genannt.

Japan: Plywood manufacturers to continue limiting production
Japanese plywood manufacturers are to continue limiting production in an attempt to arrest a decline in plywood prices.

USA: Plum Creek to proceed with Timber Co. acquisition
Plum Creek Timber Co. said on Tuesday it would proceed with a nearly year-old $3.1 billion agreement to purchase Timber Co. from larger rival Georgia-Pacific Corp. after learning the merger would be tax free to both companies and their shareholders.

Indonesia: New plans for forest rehabilitation
Plans to redistribute 90 per cent of reforestation funds raised from timber companies into improving provincial land rehabilitation programmes has been announced by the forestry ministry.



Members: Publish buying requirements online for competitive prices

As part of their one-off Full Membership, timber buyers are able to publish their buying requirements online to be viewed by all members and non-members.

Buying requirement lists are easy to set up and can be edited at any time, so you can keep timber & lumber suppliers up to date with what you currently need and attract competitive prices.


Multi-lingual content available on TIMBERWeb

Much of TIMBERWeb's website is written in many different languages, so you can be assured of finding out information without needing to translate.

Simply go to our Home Page at www.timberweb.com, click on the flags on the right hand side of the page, and choose your language.

TIMBERWeb also has a multi-lingual operations team to help you by calling +44 (0)1473 632636.

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