Archive For 31st July 2017

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AAHP Vows to Defeat Case Despite Commerce Preliminary Antidumping Announcement

AAHP Vows to Defeat Case Despite Commerce Preliminary Antidumping Announcement

Washington – The American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood (AAHP) reacted today to the announcement by the U.S. Department of Commerce (“DOC”) of its preliminary antidumping duties on hardwood plywood from China. “The high duties announced today have no connection to reality and will be devastating to the more than 100,000 American jobs that rely on…


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Sourcing Of Plywood

Sourcing Of Plywood

The plywood industry works hard to maintain high standards, and at USply, we’re even more strict when it comes to the quality of the wood we acquire. The sourcing process is complex, with many steps and people involved along the way, but it helps us ensure that our customers can use every piece of plywood…


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Technology – Wholesale Plywood In The 21st Century

Technology – Wholesale Plywood In The 21st Century

They say, “Technology drives innovation.” When people hear this, they often think of modern medicine, the online world, and revolutionary ideas like traveling to Mars. Far less often do people consider the wood industry, but technology has influenced every business on the globe, and wholesale plywood is no exception. Gone are the days of lumberjacks…


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Creating efficiencies in the wood market to pass the savings on to plywood distributors and importers

Creating efficiencies in the wood market to pass the savings on to plywood distributors and importers

The wood industry is fascinating. The process of turning a tree into plywood and using that to create marvelous looking floors, cabinets, walls, and doors takes years but is well worth the wait. But as plywood becomes increasingly popular for home design, the price can also increase. To not only stop this from happening but…


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Trends In Plywood Manufacturing

Trends In Plywood Manufacturing

The wood industry, and plywood in particular, has experienced a series of ups and downs over the last few years. With new regulations and changes to antidumping duties, some plywood companies are looking to the future with apprehension as new rules and fees can cause them to lose employees and hurt their business overall. Fortunately,…


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