International Panel Products Symposium

International Panel Products Symposium

October 8, 2019
The International Panel Products Symposium (IPPS) has an interesting and challenging line up of topics this year. This includes a keynote speech by Marcel Vroege of Indufor Asia Pacific Ltd, on Future Availability of Feedstocks for the Global Wood Based Panel Industry. Technical sessions include VOCs and resin developments, innovation, standards
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Confor at Royal Welsh Show

Confor at Royal Welsh Show

July 22, 2019
Confor at the Royal Welsh Show 22 -24 July 2019 There will be plenty happening on stand as you’ll see from our schedule of events and we encourage members and non-members to come and join us. There is always the opportunity to quiz a forestry, learn something new, tell Confor
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CHC Low Carbon Conference 2019

CHC Low Carbon Conference 2019

July 18, 2019
James Moxey, Consultant Business Development Manager, WoodKnowledge Wales will be running a workshop at the CHC Conference on “Myth Busting and Decarbonising our Homes” As climate change and the need to decarbonise becomes more widely and urgently considered, James explores different approaches to carbon including terminology and what it all
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BM Trada Talks Timber 2019

BM Trada Talks Timber 2019

July 9, 2019
Gary Newman, CEO of Woodknowledge Wales, will be speaking at this technical conference for architects, engineers and construction professionals, covering designing, specifying and building with timber. Why attend? Hear direct from experts in the timber, civil engineering and fire industries Learn more about timber from source to end use Meet
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Green box with white text "WoodBUILD 2019"

WoodBUILD 2019

June 26, 2019
WoodBUILD 2019 –Becoming a high-value forest nation 26 June – Bangor The UK is the second largest importer of sawnwood in the World (after China). With global demand for timber set to treble in the coming years the case for increasing UK production is overwhelming. The expansion of forestry is
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