Join NHLA and NWFA (National Wood Flooring Association) for a webinar that will provide you with a better understanding of where the hardwood flooring market is, where it is going, and the major influences and trends affecting it. You can learn about the NWFA resources available to you and your team, including how the newly developed wood flooring Environmental Product Declarations (EPD) clearly position wood flooring as the least impactful flooring material and wood products in general as the most significant potential mitigator of climate change. You will also learn about the newly launched NWFA Engineered Refinishable program, which differentiates real wood products from look-a-likes, encourages the use of longer-life products, and brings clarity to the wood flooring channel.
Who should attend: Owners, salespeople, marketing folks, and all who have an interest in learning more about the wood flooring industry, NWFA, and their newly developed environmental tools and programs which benefit the entire wood products industry.
John Forbes, Manufacturer Services Director at NWFA.
Michael Martin, President and CEO at NWFA
During this webinar, Dr. Wengert discusses stacking best air-drying practices, assessing lumber for sawing issues that affect drying and the story about drying sheds.
This webinar will give you perspective on crosstie markets, the Rail Tie Association, and how to become more involved in the industry. Attendees will learn how important tie production is to the overall market, industry, and economy of our country; gain a broad understanding of the market; develop a working knowledge of tie type, grade, and the defects that determine grade; and wood species used in ties.
Watch this webinar to discover the opportunities for improving grade and yield of your hardwood logs.
Join NHLA and Tom Inman with Appalachian Hardwood Manufacturers, Inc. (AHMI) for a review of trends in domestic hardwood lumber use in furniture for 2023. This webinar is designed for hardwood lumber sales and marketing staff to understand domestic and international furniture manufacturing trends in 2023. It covers the trends revealed at High Point Furniture Market, including photos of Spring Market introductions and comments from leading furniture manufacturers. Participants will learn about projections for hardwood species use for the next two quarters.
Instructor: Tom Inman with AHMI
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