SEPTEMBER 8, 2020 Source: Unemployment falls to 8.4% | HBS Dealer Great News!!! Were heading in the right direction!! Home sales are up too.
Source: Potato peels used to make MDF-like panel | Woodworking Network Watch out wood industry!!! Mr Potato Head looking to take over!!! New look for our industry??
Source: ROSEBURG TO ACQUIRE PEMBROKE MDF IN ONTARIO, CANADA Springfield, Ore. – Oregon-based Roseburg Forest Products recently reached an agreement in principle with Pembroke MDF, Inc. to purchase Pembroke’s medium density fiberboard (MDF) and molding production facilities located in northeastern Ontario, Canada. Upon final due diligence and Board of Director approval, the parties expect the …
President Trump issued an Executive Order over the weekend that freezes all recently published EPA regulations for a 60-day review period. UPDATE: On May 22, 2017, the EPA regulations implementing the Formaldehyde Standards for Composite Wood Products Act (TSCA Title VI) entered into effect, establishing in the U.S. the world’s most stringent formaldehyde emissions standards …
Source: Final EPA Rule Sets World’s Most Stringent Formaldehyde Emissions Standards for Wood Products; Tough Enforcement Needed to Ensure Worldwide Compliance
Source: Formaldehyde Emission Standards for Composite Wood Products | Formaldehyde | US EPA
There’s no lounging on the job for these top innovators. Check out the strategies these WOOD 100 companies have when it comes to new product development. Source: 12 tips to create money-making products: WOOD 100 Strategies for Success | Woodworking Network
Gene Wengert, “The Wood Doctor,” discusses the causes and solutions for veneer buckle. Source: How to solve veneer buckle in the woodshop
The Coalition for Fair Trade of Hardwood Plywood told the Department of Commerce and the International Trade Commission that Chinese hardwood plywood is being sold below cost in U.S. markets. Source: Trade group files petition against Chinese plywood dumping | Woodworking Network
Hardwood plywood products from China are being sold in to the United States at “dumped prices” Source: U.S. plywood manufacturers cry foul | Woodshop News