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Hardwood lumber supply chain: current status and market opportunitiesAuthor(s): Urs Buehlmann; Matthew Bumgardner; Al Schuler; Mark Barford
Source: In: International Scientific Conference on Hardwood Processing; Quebec City, Canada. 207-210
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionThe membership of the Appalachian Hardwood Manufacturers Association was surveyed in 2005 to determine the current status of large Appalachian sawmills. The primary focus was to assess the impacts of globalization on primary manufacturing, but attention was also paid to general issues affecting the hardwood lumber supply chain-from concerns over forest health and log supply to the products and services being demanded by secondary manufacturers.
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CitationBuehlmann, Urs; Bumgardner, Matthew; Schuler, Al; Barford, Mark. 2007. Hardwood lumber supply chain: current status and market opportunities. In: International Scientific Conference on Hardwood Processing; Quebec City, Canada. 207-210
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