29, May 2020
The ITC-SA, the SAQA has taken several exceptional steps in supporting not only its membership, but the timber construction industry at large, as the country transitions to Level 3 of lockdown.
28, May 2020
Under Level 3, most industries, from sawmilling and construction to manufacturing and retail, would be allowed to resume, with only a handful of activities still deemed too risky, owing to the difficulty of enforcing physical distancing.
27, May 2020
When one is striving to stay on the cutting-edge in a fabrication or manufacturing environment, getting the balance right between high-performance equipment, consumables and the accompanying technical support is crucial.
27, May 2020
The Coronavirus Epidemic has negatively impacted the supply chains for numerous industry sectors worldwide the past few months.
25, May 2020
Global Sawmill Industry Competitive Analysis – Forecast and Historical Market Analysis by Key Market Segments
08, May 2020
Tropical log imports in the first two months of 2020 amounted 1.30 million cubic metres, down 26% year on year and accounted for 17% of the national total.
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