on Packing Material: Will You Be Affected?
your products are shipped on pallets, you'll want to be informed about solid
wood packing materials and the regulations that affect them.
Fun in the Sun:
Tourism and U.S. Wood Products in the
tourism continues to grow and the and the economies of Caribbean nations
strengthen, sales volumes are likely to become even sunnier.
Have You Heard the Buzz on U.S. Wood?
it and post it! This center spread's chock-full of helpful information
about wood products and their importance to the United States.
Construction Market: A New Star in the East
trillion-dollar Chinese economy is poised to enter a new era where private
market forces will direct and shape the newly released purchasing power of
China's middle class.
Making American Hardwoods Fashionable in Europe: The Role
of Public Relations
Europe's huge potential market for U by no means saturated, the American
Hardwood Export Council is gaining ground, thanks to some innovative tactics.
Korea's Love Affair With Wood
you want Koreans to talk about U.S. wood products, you might try building a
In Japan: Rewarding Good Design
overseas consumers to grow fond of
your products and then purchase them isn't easy. In Japan, the U.S. wood
industry is managing to do both.
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