HPVA® eNews - China's Wood Flooring Helps Fund North Korea

HPVA® eNews Volume X, Issue XX: China's Wood Flooring Helps Fund North Korean Government | China Accelerates Transformation Of Wood-Based Panel Industry | Chinese Use DNA To Identify, Track Timber | S

HPVA® eNews - Imports Of Chinese Plywood Tumble

HPVA® eNews Volume X, Issue XIX: Importer Fined $760K For Lacey Act Violations | Sec. Perdue Leads Call For Change In Forest Management | Log Imports To China Up, Plywood Exports To U.S. Down

HPVA® eNews - Hurricanes: The Aftermath Of Harvey

HPVA® eNews Volume X, Issue XVIII: Hurricanes: The Aftermath Of Harvey | Armstrong, Mohawk Contribute To Relief Efforts | HPVA® Members Make Headlines | Wildfires: The West Is Burning

HPVA® Supports Manufacturing Day

For Manufacturing Day 2017, the National Association of Manufacturers tailored a webinar specifically for the engineered wood products industry.

HPVA® eNews - Imports Of Engineered Wood Soar

HPVA® eNews Volume X, Issue XVII: EPA Delays Compliance Dates For Formaldehyde Emissions | Engineered Wood Imports Soar | China's Imports Of Forest Products Reach New High | Hardwood Forestry Fund Gra

China's Imports Of Forest Products Reach New High

In 2016, forest product imports into China hit an all-time high.

NEPCon Hub Shows Risk Assessments

NEPCon's new sourcing hub and clickable map provides assessments of the risks of illegal timber production and trade in 62 countries, covering 87% of global timber production.

Imports Of Engineered Wood Soar

Engineered flooring imports from China continue to increase. Imports of hardwood plywood into the U.S. reached 788,315 m3 in the second quarter, up 4%.

HPVA® eNews - U.S. Companies Halt Tainted Flooring, Fire Devastates Manthei Plant

HPVA® eNews Volume X, Issue XVI: Fire Devastates Manthei Plant | Columbia's Upgrades Make Cover Of Panel World | Pat Lynch Moves To Darlington Veneer | New Names For HPVA®, HPVA Laboratories®

U.S. Companies Halt Tainted Flooring

A new report outlines the massive illegal timber trade between Papau New Guinea and China and how that illegally-sourced timber ends up in the U.S. market. Several U.S.

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