An Italian fertilizer company incorporated a Wood-Mizer LT40 sawmill in order to produce pallets to suit their specific requirements, not realizing at first the various ways the sawmill would provide opportunities for further growing their profits.
Recognized as one of Tasmania’s finest wood furniture craftsmen, fourth generation woodworker Craig Howard turns sustainable sourced timber into handmade furniture in Tasmania’s capital city of Hobart.
On a 175-acre farm in central Vermont, Ben Falk needed a barn to serve as a research center and host site for permaculture courses and other educational workshops.
Clifford Goins’ approach to his wood products business is as neat, clean, and straightforward as his production facility.
A quiet revolution demonstrated by businesses like Creative Inventory has changed the face of the world’s forest products industry in recent decades.
Will Vohs, a farmer from Alberta, Canada, discovered that it made a lot more financial sense to transform his easily accessible and good quality trees into wood products than accept what forest companies were prepared to pay him for his standing timber.
A schoolteacher in Scotland proves the relevance of traditional woodworking in the modern marketplace by starting his own timber frame business.
Tasmanian Native Timbers, a boutique family-owned sawmill and timber supply business in Australia, specializes in timbers native to Tasmania. The business has a passion to minimize waste for sustainability and maximize the return from every log sawn.
Ogonek Custom Hardwoods in East-Central Ohio grew out of a family's love for a place that represents much more than an investment. With deep family roots, Dan and his family enjoy building and assembling timber frames with their LT50 sawmill.
In order to manage their woodland profitably, a Welsh father and son timber framing team has developed modular cabins built with timber from their own trees, demonstrating how thoughtful woodland management encourages innovative ways of preserving forests.