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Chinese furniture supplier to create 122 new jobs, invest $4.9M in West Michigan

09-01 10:43

The Michigan Economic Development Corp. is supporting the expansion effort with the approval of a $738,000 Michigan Business Development Program performance-based grant.【MORE+】

China turns to western NC trees for wood flooring and furniture

04-01 10:41

In need of flooring and furniture, China turns to WNC trees【MORE+】

Canada creates a softwood lumber task force

03-14 09:42

Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources announced the creation of the Federal–Provincial Task Force on Softwood Lumber.【MORE+】

Super-strong bamboo beams can substitute for industrial hardwood

02-21 10:56

Mammoet has developed an immensely strong bamboo beam to substitute for hardwoods. 【MORE+】

Stanley Furniture faces stock delisting

02-20 11:02

Stanley Furniture Co. said it could be de-listed from the NASDAQ Stock Market.【MORE+】

Restoration Hardware Recalls Metal Top Dining Tables

02-15 13:21

Restoration Hardware has recalled about 2,700 metal top dining tables from its Railroad Tie and Parson's Railroad collections because the tops may contain lead, which can be harmful to children.【MORE+】

Furniture Store CEO Discusses Peeling “Bonded Leather” Furniture

02-13 10:01

Jerome’s Furniture CEO Brian Woods discusses peeling “bonded leather” furniture.【MORE+】

Strong demand for wood in China in the second half of 2016 resulted in record highs

02-07 11:15

Softwood lumber imports to China increased for the fourth consecutive year in 2016, reaching a new all-time high of 21 million m3, 21% higher than in 2015.【MORE+】

Vietnamese furniture makers hit by dwindling timber supplies

01-26 13:24

Many Vietnamese furniture makers are struggling to win large orders from global retailers due to a significant shortage of wood.【MORE+】

New WTO measures might affect China’s wood trade with the US, Malaysia, Mexico and South Korea

01-24 13:51

The World Trade Organization (WTO) Secretariat has released bulletins which will affect China’s wood trade with the United States, Malaysia, Mexico, South Korea.【MORE+】

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