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Jul

IWF 2014 – Far East American – Booth #1661

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A special invitation from… Far East American Don’t Forget To Register! The International Woodworking Fair® is the trade show where furniture manufacturing, cabinetry, architectural millwork, material processing, design, technology, decorative hardware and other related industry professionals from all over the globe will come to find products they didn’t know existed that will help their company succeed. Visit www.iwfatlanta.com to learn Continue Reading ...
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Jun

Three reasons carrier rates will rise in 2014

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Three reasons carrier rates will rise in 2014 3/4/2014 At the recent 2014 Stifel Transportation and Logistics Conference, and the Food Shippers Annual Transportation Conference, I had some great discussions with industry experts. They highlighted three reasons carrier rates will rise in 2014: ...
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Mar

Newsletter

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Supply Region Updates China Many factories are struggling to find enough workers to fill their needs after the Chinese New Year for various reasons. This has put pressure on them to fill orders in a timely manner and many are running behind. How long this will last is unknown at this time. When pressure is applied to the mills for Continue Reading ...
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Mar

Supply Region Update & Issues

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Supply Region Updates China Many factories are struggling to find enough workers to fill their needs after the Chinese New Year for various reasons. This has put pressure on them to fill orders in a timely manner and many are running behind. How long this will last is unknown at this time. When pressure is applied to the mills for Continue Reading ...
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Feb

Protectionist Campaign Against Imported Chinese Hardwood Plywood Continues

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CFTHP Appeal Attempts to Overrule Unanimous, Non-biased ITC Verdict   Washington — The American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood (AAHP) was dismayed to see that the Coalition for Fair Trade of Hardwood Plywood (CFTHP) is suing the United States in hopes that a federal judge may overrule the unanimous 5-0 verdict and findings of fact by the International Trade Commission that Continue Reading ...