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Frank Bursic, Rentricity’s Mid Atlantic/Ohio Valley/Canadian Regional Director, will participate at the American Water Works Association Meetings being held in Pennsylvania and Ontario, Canada.
The Pennsylvania AWWA Chapter event was held on April 20 - 21 at the Hershey Lodge in Hershey, PA. Frank... - April 25, 2011 - Rentricity Inc.
Third party logistics provider Nexus announces the launch of its new website and updated logo. - April 19, 2011 - Nexus Distribution
Sawlog prices in Western US were up about 20 percent in 2010 as an result of increased competition for logs from log buyers in China, South Korea and Japan, according to the North American Wood Fiber Review. Prices for logs in the US South and Canada also moved up last year, but at a slower rate. Sawmills in Western Canada currently have some of the lowest wood costs in the world. - April 15, 2011 - Wood Resources International LLC
Global market pulp production increased by seven percent in 2010, which increased demand for wood raw-material. As a result, prices for wood chips and pulplogs were up in most regions of the world, according to the Wood Resource Quarterly. The Softwood Wood Fiber Price Index (SFPI) has increased 16.5 percent the past two years, while the Hardwood Wood Fiber Price Index (HFPI) went up 17.7 percent. - April 13, 2011 - Wood Resources International LLC
Over a 7-year period, Unipak Tissue Mill, a division of Unipak in Halat, Lebanon, has invested approximately $10 million US dollars to improve its environmental qualifications.
In a press conference, held on 31 March 2011 at the Lebanese Ministry of Environment in downtown Beirut, the tissue mill agreed... - April 03, 2011 - INDEVCO Group
Japan is in urgent need of pre-fabricated houses and manufactured wood products in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami that hit the country in early March. Longer term, it can be expected that imports of commodity products such as plywood, lumber and logs will increase to this country, which is already one of the largest importers of wood products in the world, according to the Wood Resource Quarterly. - March 29, 2011 - Wood Resources International LLC
INDEVCO Group companies will exhibit jumbo tissue rolls and discuss tissue converting machinery at Tissue World 2011, Booth # D 175 from 29 – 31 March 2011. - March 25, 2011 - INDEVCO Group
esp, tissue converters based in Malvern, Worcestershire, have been supporting PHS Direct, leaders in workplace cleaning and janitorial supplies, as they embark on their exciting new sponsorship with The National Forest; planting trees over six hectares of land at Overseal a few miles from the PHS Direct... - March 23, 2011 - Essential Supply Products
Over the past two years, North America has become a major supplier of wood pellets to Europe. In 2010, an estimated 1.6 million tons of pellets were shipped from the US and Canada to the Netherlands, the UK and Belgium, according to the North American Wood Fiber Review. This is a doubling of volume compared to 2008. - March 12, 2011 - Wood Resources International LLC
ExpressGreen Packaging Industries, a leading manufacturer of high quality paper bags in Hyderabad is offering customized paper bags for event organisers in Hyderabad. - March 04, 2011 - ExpressGreen Paper Bags
Global trade of wood chips was up 25 percent in 2010 because of increased production of pulp and paper products worldwide. China showed the greatest growth in chip imports with an increase over 400 percent in the past two years, as reported in the Wood Resource Quarterly. Australia continues to be the major exporter and shipped 11 percent more in 2010 than in the previous year. - February 16, 2011 - Wood Resources International LLC
Sawlog costs for many sawmills around the world went up during 2010, and the Global Sawlog Price Index reached the highest level in over two years in the 3Q/10, according to the Wood Resource Quarterly. The biggest wood price increases occurred in Western US, Germany, Sweden and Northwest Russia. - February 03, 2011 - Wood Resources International LLC
Over the past 20 years, pulp mills in Eastern Canada have consistently had higher wood fiber costs than the mills in the Western provinces with the exception of a short period in 1995, according to the North American Wood Fiber Review. In the 4Q/10, softwood chip prices had fallen in Quebec and Ontario and increased in British Columbia and Alberta resulting in the smallest cost gap between the two regions in 10 years. - February 03, 2011 - Wood Resources International LLC
Accela Print announces that it has improved its turnaround times by 40% by atomizing many of its manual procedures. - February 03, 2011 - Accela Print
The value of softwood logs and lumber exported from North America to China reached over 1.6 billion dollars in 2010, which was 150 percent higher than the previous year and more than ten times as much as in 2006, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. - January 07, 2011 - Wood Resources International LLC
Sawlog costs in Europe have gone up more than lumber prices the past year, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. With the expected decline in lumber consumption, many sawmills in Europe are considering reductions in their operating rates. As a consequence, prices for sawlogs are likely to drop from their two–year highs in the coming months. - December 07, 2010 - Wood Resources International LLC
Planet Emerald Foundation, a non-profit educational foundation announced the appointment of Tom vonNovak as its Executive Director and board member. “I am thrilled that Tom has accepted the position of Executive Director to guide and direct the organization forward,” stated Tagy Aboutorabian,... - December 02, 2010 - Planet Emerald Foundation
The cost for wood fiber accounts for almost 60 percent of the total production costs when manufacturing pulp. Both softwood and hardwood wood fiber price indices, SFPI and HFPI, have increased about six percent over the past year, according to the Wood Resource Quarterly. - November 18, 2010 - Wood Resources International LLC
FOEX and WRI have agreed to partner in the launching of global wood chip price indices. The combined efforts will ensure that the indices, whose launch is planned for early 2011, will be statistically reliable and thus well suited for forest and energy companies who can use price indices for benchmarking, as well as the financial community, which can use the Indices as price risk management tools. - October 29, 2010 - Wood Resources International LLC
The forest industry in China is continuing its expansion, and with limited domestic timber resources, importation of logs and wood chips are at an all-time high, especially as tight supply of domestic logs has increased local log prices to new highs in the 2Q/10, according to the Wood Resource Quarterly. - October 20, 2010 - Wood Resources International LLC
Prices of wood fiber used for energy declined during most of the recession, partly as a result of the low cost of fossil fuels, which can serve as an alternative source for many industrial energy consumers. However, in the 3Q, biomass prices were up in the South, the Northwest and Southwest, according to the North American Wood Fiber Review. This trend break occurred mainly because of reduced fiber supply and generally lower biomass inventories. - September 27, 2010 - Wood Resources International LLC
Continued healthy markets for lumber, pulp and paper has kept demand for logs at high levels in Sweden. As a result, log and wood chip prices have increased substantially the past 12 months, according to the Wood Resource Quarterly. - September 21, 2010 - Wood Resources International LLC
Top online retailer has added several new product lines to fill the needs of its growing customer base. Its new line of traditional bathroom vanities will have two popular counter top options, Travertine and Black Galaxy Marble. These limestone tops have subtle patterns on the surface of the tiles and can create many interesting characters to any bathroom. - August 20, 2010 - Better Baths
The global pulp industry benefited from lower wood fiber costs and higher product prices in the 2Q/10. Wood chip and pulpwood prices fell the most in the US, Sweden, Finland, Australia and Eastern Canada. Both the softwood and hardwood wood fiber price indices (SFPI and HFPI) fell for the first time since early 2009, according to the Wood Resource Quarterly. - August 14, 2010 - Wood Resources International LLC
Commercial product manufacturer nominates recent innovations for sanitation industry recognition. - August 14, 2010 - Georgia-Pacific Professional
Higher worldwide demand for forest products has increased global shipments of softwood logs by 20 percent in 2010, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. This year may be a turning point for global log trade, which had fallen 30 percent between 2007 and 2009. - August 09, 2010 - Wood Resources International LLC
Higher demand for forest products in China, South Korea and India is benefiting log and lumber exporters in New Zealand. The value of exported forest products have increased over 54% in 2010, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. The strengthening export market has pushed domestic sawlog prices to their highest levels in eight years. - July 24, 2010 - Wood Resources International LLC
Accela Print implements new customer services policies to ensure efficiency - July 21, 2010 - Accela Print
Woody biomass in the US South is attracting interest from European energy companies in their search for long-term, reliable and competitively priced supply sources, reports the North American Wood Fiber Review. The increased competition for wood fiber has pushed pine pulpwood prices upward in the Southeastern states this past year. - July 16, 2010 - Wood Resources International LLC
Export of wood chips from Australia is on the rebound, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. After last year’s ten-year low, shipments so far in 2010 are up 38 percent for pine chips and 12 percent for Eucalyptus chips. In addition, an estimated 100,000 tons of wood pellets will be shipped to Europe this year. - July 11, 2010 - Wood Resources International LLC
Accela Print offers Foil Business Cards to all of its print resellers. - July 09, 2010 - Accela Print
Accela Print wants to stay a trade only printer in Los Angeles & Miami - July 09, 2010 - Accela Print
Accela Print a nationwide trade printer introduces a revolutionary paper stock called Velvet. - June 30, 2010 - Accela Print
Accela Print a nationwide trade printer introduces a revolutionary paper stock called Inline Foil. - June 30, 2010 - Accela Print
The supply and demand for Eucalyptus logs in Brazil has been in balance the past year, which has resulted in stable log prices in the local currency, according to the Wood Resource Quarterly. As a result of the strengthening Real, log costs have gone up in US dollar terms and were 25 percent higher in the 1Q/10 than in early 2009. - June 29, 2010 - Wood Resources International LLC
Nationwide trade printer opens its doors to graphic designers, print resellers, mail houses, marketing firms and publications. - June 28, 2010 - Accela Print
Chicago-based Brazilian hardwood flooring dealer offers new coating line for Brazilian Teak / Cumaru and Brazilian Chestnut / Sucupira / Tiete Chestnut - June 11, 2010 - Stewartfloor
Saving the earth one tissue at a time - June 11, 2010 - Paradigm Group
In the 1Q/2010, the Global Sawlog Price Index (GSPI) reached US$76.77/m3, the highest level in over a year, according to the Wood Resource Quarterly. Much of the increase has been the result of a weaker US dollar, but sawlog costs have also gone up in local currencies in many markets, including Finland, Sweden, Germany, Latvia, Russia and New Zealand. - June 09, 2010 - Wood Resources International LLC
Wood-plastic composite material makes green company's "xeMini" the most eco-friendly portable power source on the market. - June 03, 2010 - Revolve Electronics, Inc.
China is now the top paper making and consumption country in the world by volume, however it is still far from a powerful papermaking country in terms of backward equipments and relatively poor SPCs. - June 03, 2010 - ReportsandReports
Biomass has now surpassed oil to become the number one source for energy generation in Sweden. The increased competition for logs and wood chips between the pulp industry and energy sector has pushed wood fiber prices to new highs, according to the Wood Resource Quarterly. - May 27, 2010 - Wood Resources International LLC
The strong pulp market has pushed wood fiber costs upward in most regions around the world the past 12 months. Both the softwood and hardwood wood fiber price indices (SFPI and HFPI) have gone up the past year and were more than 11 percent higher in the 1Q/10 as compared to 1Q/09, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. - May 25, 2010 - Wood Resources International LLC
Enterprise Performance Solutions, Inc., a leading provider of innovative cost management solutions to the process manufacturing industry, today announced the successful implementation of its EPS Real-Time Costing system with paper products manufacturer, Boise Inc.
The EPS Real-Time Costing system has... - May 21, 2010 - Enterprise Performance Solutions, Inc.
The cost for wood biomass fell in two of the major markets in the US in the 1Q 2010 partly because of the federal program BCAP, according to the North American Wood Fiber Review. The federal government is currently considering different programs of how to contribution to an increased use of renewable energy sources. - May 08, 2010 - Wood Resources International LLC
The international financial crisis in 2009 had a major negative impact on worldwide demand for pulp and paper products. As a result, the consumption of wood chips and pulpwood for pulp production was lower and global trade of wood chips fell 14%, according to the Wood Resource Quarterly. China bucked this trend, almost tripling its imports to became the world’s second largest importer of wood chips last year. - April 23, 2010 - Wood Resources International LLC
Wood fiber costs rose in the US South and in the Lake States during the 1Q because of improved pulp markets and a tight wood fiber supply. In Northwestern US, the picture was different, with reduced production of pulp and paper resulting in declining fiber consumption and lower prices for both wood chips and pulplogs, according to the North American Wood Fiber Review. - April 17, 2010 - Wood Resources International LLC
Despite large timber resources, Russia struggles to attract investments within the forest industry because of political and financial uncertainty in the country. Domestic prices for softwood sawlogs and pulplogs were up in 2009, while hardwood log prices fell as a result of a sharp decline in log exports to Finland, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. - April 14, 2010 - Wood Resources International LLC
Softwood lumber prices were up in both North America and Europe in the 4Q, but it was more the result of lower inventory levels and reduced production rather than an increase in demand, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. The hot market for lumber last year was China, which increased imports by 75% thereby passing Japan as the largest importer in Asia. - April 13, 2010 - Wood Resources International LLC
Antonio F., a Tennessee resident and inventor, has contracted South Florida invention assistance firm NewProductHelp.com to represent his ECOLogger invention to industry over the next 2 years, with the ultimate goal being to secure a licensing agreement. An innovative new product designed for today's... - March 31, 2010 - New Product Help, Inc.