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Södra invests in additional CLT facility at Värö

Södra, Sweden’s largest forest-owner association, has invested in an additional CLT facility at Värö as it aims to become a leader in the Nordic region.

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New co-operative The Joinery Network to host launch lunch at FIT Show

The Joinery Network, a newly formed co-operative of industry experts backing timber window and door manufacturers, is bringing together the eight founding companies with a launch lunch at the FIT Show 2019.

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Kevin Stewart MSP launches workshops to maximise benefits from offsite construction in affordable housing sector

The first of a series of collaborative workshops exploring ways to increase offsite construction of affordable homes was launched at Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC) on Wednesday 1 May by Minister for Local Government, Housing and Planning, Kevin Stewart MSP.

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Trees from Lake Volta could be used to rebuild Notre Dame

Trees from the bottom of an African lake could be used to rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral after Kete Krachi Timber Recovery, a private company based in Ghana pledged to provide the massive replacement wooden beams at cost.

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NYTimber supplies 4,000th NYTRoof following a series of contract wins from housebuilders

NYTimber has supplied its 4,000th NYTRoof, following a series of contract wins from some of the UK’s largest housebuilders.

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Kevin Stewart MSP officially opens Scotframe’s new Dundee office

Minister for Local Government, Housing and Planning, Kevin Stewart MSP, officially opened the new Dundee office of Scotframe Timber Engineering Ltd, an industry leader in the supply of full timber kit packages for housing and commercial projects across the UK.

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Five Brunel University students shortlisted for innovative product designs in Kebony competition

Five students have had their designs shortlisted in a product design competition, held by Kebony, a leader in the production of sustainable modified woods, in partnership with Brunel University London.

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Wood Awards launches call for entries

The Wood Awards: Excellence in British Architecture and Product Design, open to anyone involved in a UK-based wood project, has launched its 2019 call for entries.

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CSIC and Structural Timber Association join forces to boost innovation in timber sector

Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC) and the Structural Timber Association (STA) are joining forces to support structural timber businesses across the UK to innovate and grow.

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Kebony appoints new CEO following year sustained investment in its international expansion

Norman Willemsen has been appointed as chief executive officer of Kebony, a global leader in the production of sustainable modified woods.

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