Domestic hardwood

Domestic hardwood

Deciduous trees that grow in the United States; this is the only type of wood in the United States where on a general scale the growth of new trees easily exceeds the removal rate.
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Exporting is a critical component of the product mix for many domestic hardwood firms.
Domestic hardwood sawnwood production declined by 44 per cent in the decade to 2013 14, while softwood sawnwood production increased by around 10 per cent.
21 July 2014 - US private investment firm Littlejohn & Co LLC said it had acquired domestic hardwood lumber manufacturer and distributor Northwest Hardwoods Inc (NWH) from local private equity company American Industrial Partners (AIP).
All of these factors equate to an enormous unfair advantage for Chinese manufacturers, and injure the entire domestic hardwood flooring industry.
Contrary to the recent downward price trend for softwood log, prices for domestic hardwood logs, including Eucalyptus, birch and poplar, have gone up this year and were close to, or at record-high levels in the 2Q/12.
Almost all domestic hardwood plywood is manufactured to meet the American National Standards Institute requirements for formaldehyde emissions.
Birch Trim and Molding: Birch, a fast-growing domestic hardwood, emits few chemicals and is very durable.
For example, if the interior finish uses a particular domestic hardwood, it is likely that the architectural element will also be specified in that same domestic hardwood.
UK wood-based sheet materials distributor James Latham (LON:LTHM) said Friday it is interested in acquiring domestic hardwood supplier DLH UK, a unit of Danish timber products firm Dalhoff Larsen & Horneman (CPH:DLH B).
There were even shipments of Eucalyptus chips from Brazil coming into the region as a supplement to the domestic hardwood fiber sources.
Cherry is a moderately priced domestic hardwood that's easy to cut and sand.
For example, China's gain in the US furniture market alone reduced domestic hardwood lumber consumption by over 20 percent (Howe et al.