New Zealand houses have always been built from wood.
If you are a Kiwi that will seem like an odd statement, of course houses are built with wood. But in many countries around the world, the places we humans call home more often than not, are built with brick, concrete and steel.
Sequal is pleased to welcome China based sales representative Amanda Lai to its international sales team.
Nestled at the base of New Zealand’s Mt Putauaki, Sequal Lumber harnesses clean and renewable geothermal energy from below the ground to dry its lumber.
At more than 9,000km from its main markets Sequal Lumber occupies what is probably the most enviable lumber mill location in the world.
Sequal Lumber’s new kilns significantly increases the volume of custom cut kiln dried lumber Sequal can supply the market.
According to Sequal Lumber this is good news for manufacturers and western consumers of wooden products.
Work Begins on kilns required to keep up with growth at Sequal Lumber. The photos in this post show some of the early earth works recently undertaken. You can see the big trench for the geothermal steam pipe, the concrete for the rail tracks that will lead into the kilns, and the site before any digging had begun.
is widely known as an extremely versatile lumber, suitable not only for packaging but also for use in furniture, doors, floors and the list goes on. The following description of the physical characteristics is intended to provide preliminary technical advice for current and intended users. More Radiata Pine Information can be found below.
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Over 1.7 million hectares or 99% of New Zealand’s total forest production is FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified. FSC is a global, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of responsible forest management. FSC forests and lumber sourced from these forests are subject to strict FSC rules and audits. This means that New Zealand mills can provide Chinese manufacturers significant volumes of quality sustainable lumber. Products made from this lumber can also be FSC certified Read more