Ledinek received an order from Frutifor Lumber Company, a pine sawmill located in Tacuarembó, Uruguay. Currently, the sawmill processes 140,000 m3 of pine.
Over the next three years, the number of employees in the Södra Building Systems business segment will be doubled.
Austria-based Mosser Leimholz GmbH placed an order with Ledinek for a complete cross-laminated timber production line. The production capacity will be 55,000 m3 per year and 35 new jobs will be created.
CLTP Tasmania has officially launched the world’s first hardwood Cross Laminated Timber (CLT), along with their new brand – Cusp Building Solutions.
Ledinek installs new CLT production line for Ante in in Bromskirchen-Somplar, Germany. The assembly is currently in full swing and will soon be completed.
Element5 received Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Chain of Custody certification from SCS Global Services. As an FSC Certificate Holder, Element5 will produce mass timber products certified as FSC Mix (Trademark License Code: FSC-C166066).
The demand for lumber is on fire. In the United States prices have gone up 300% or 400%. The Canadian supply is going down fast. Is it a new super-cycle for lumber and permanent high prices? No one has an answer to this question. That never happened, but now wood prices are through the roof again. We tried to figure it...
Wood products company Setra has reported an operating profit of SEK 177 million ($20.8 million) for the 1Q 2021. Net sales totalled SEK 1,184 million ($139 million), compared to SEK 1,094 million ($128 million) in 1Q 2020.
Eco Development Group to start construction of the new CLT and GLT production plant in Northern Ontario. Planned capacity is 40,000 m3 per year. The first phase - cutting of CLT panels in construction elements for specific projects will be launched in summer 2021.
Element5 announces that their new factory in St. Thomas, Canada has received certification from PFS TECO of Cottage Grove, WI (USA) for the production of CLT under the ANSI/APA PRG 320-2019 Standard for Performance-Rated Cross-Laminated Timber.
Red Stag to open new wood processing plant in Rotorua, New Zealand. The factory will produce cross laminated timber (CLT). The opening of a new factory in a few weeks will help alleviate New Zealand’s timber shortage. The plant will add 5% to the capacity of the New Zealand wood processing sector.