Those that can produce sustainable products will have the advantage in today’s economy. In this article you will discover four keys to unlocking that advantage and make more money along the way. 1. USE AN FSC CERTIFIED FEEDSTOCK Over 1.7 million hectares or 99% of New Zealand’s total forest production is FSC (Forest Stewardship Council)…
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Joinery and Interior Fittings from Radiata Pine New Zealand radiata pine sawn timber is the international choice for a wide range of interior fittings and fixtures, including windows, doors, frames and jambs, mouldings, stairs, cabinetry and bench tops.
The availability of radiata pine as a sustainable and renewable species makes it the smart and attractive choice for furniture and components. Comparative tests undertaken by Forest Research (FR) in conjunction with universities in North America and England,
Pallets, Packaging and Cable drums The Three Essential Industrial Uses of Radiata Pine New Zealand’s first major export of plantation grown New Zealand Radiata Pine was to Japan for use as industrial wood. That was well over 30 years ago and the species has since become the first choice in many parts of Asia.
New Zealand radiata is recognised as a ‘super softwood’ one of the most attractive and versatile industrial wood species available in global markets. It performs consistently well across a wider range of commercial applications than almost any other species.
Sequal Lumber implements Lean Manufacturing Principles Since its inception in 2006 Sequal Lumber has been working towards becoming a world class wood processing business.
Sequal Lumber’s packaging and industrial clients across Asia and the Middle East
Sequal Lumber has its sights set on becoming the most efficient timber producer in New Zealand. CEO David Turner says a multi-million dollar upgrade to Sequal Lumber’s sawmill site in Kawerau is now underway to help achieve that goal. “We started this journey in December 2012.