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EU rules offence to sell illegal timber products

New European Union Timber Regulations coming into force on 3 March 2013 will affect all British retailers. This means that from this date it will be an offence to sell products that contain timber that has been harvested illegally within the EU. Source: Bdaily Business Network
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Dual prize in timber for London Olympics

The entire London 2012 Olympic Park development has achieved dual Project Certification from the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) and the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) schemes for its timber usage —the first dual Project Certification in the world. Source: Timberman
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Timber Queensland wants native forest access

Queensland’s timber industry has asked the new LNP state government to consider allowing harvesters back into some native forests. Source: ABC Rural
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Timber frame market in UK shows growth

The UK’s timber frames market is performing well with the segment expected to grow by around 60 per cent in volume and 80 per cent in value by 2016. Source: DesignBuild Source
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More efficient timber plantations

RESEARCH FROM Switzerland holds the key to “more efficient” timber plantations, claims research and analysis consultancy, Forestry Research Associates (FRA).

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Materials handling solutions for the timber industry

FOR THE first time Combilift Australia coupled with Adaptalift Hyster will be exhibiting at AUSTimber 2012 in Mount Gambier, 29-31 March. Visit Combilift Australia on stand S19 in the outdoor area where there will be various products on show designed and built specifically for the timber industries needs and applications in mind.
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