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Pallet industry relying more on recovered wood materialAuthor(s): J. Bejune; R. Bush; Philip A. Araman; B. Hansen; D. Cumbo
Source: Pallet Enterprise. 22(10): 20-27.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThis article is a research report titled, Wood Use Trends in the Pallet and Container Industry: 1992 - 1999, that was published by the authors earlier this year. The research was conducted by Virginia Tech in collaboration with the U.S. Forest Service Southern Research Station. Part one, published in the September, 2002 issue of Pallet Enterprise, summarized the findings of the study and focused on a number of areas, including use of hardwood, softwood and wood panels, new pallet and skid production, pallet recovery and utilization, and other topics. In this part , the authors examine the results of the study in combination with previous studies in order to identify wood use trends.
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CitationBejune, J.; Bush, R.; Araman, Philip A.; Hansen, B.; Cumbo, D. 2002. Pallet industry relying more on recovered wood material. Pallet Enterprise. 22(10): 20-27.
- Recycling Growth Reducing Pallet Industry's Need for New Wood
- Use of New Wood Material for Pallets, Containers is Stagnant to Declining
- Pallet recovery, repair and remanufacturing in a changing industry: 1992 to 2006
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