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Monday, 10 Jun 2019
Stuff News - Peter Olorenshaw 05:00, Jun 07 2019 PATRICK REYNOLDS Carbon Storing Engineered timber structure used in the NMIT Arts and Media Building, Irving Smith Jack Architects. OPINION: There is a significant opportunity to slash our carbon emissions that we may be... more
Wednesday, 15 May 2019
2019 started as a busy year for WPMA events with hosting of a National Conference on the 4th April in Christchurch at Rydges Hotel.  The conference was deemed a huge success with 120 delegates attending. There was a fantastic line-up of speakers who presented on the hottest topics which our... more
Tuesday, 09 Apr 2019
“Wood manufacturing matters – especially in the regions” was the title of the Wood Processors and Manufacturers Association (WPMA) one-day conference held in Christchurch last Thursday, April 4th. One of its aims was to develop strategies for the future in the face of highly... more
Tuesday, 02 Apr 2019
The Wood Processors & Manufacturers Association (WPMA) are pleased to announce that the NZ Wood Design Guides are launched! The NZ Wood Design Guide launch was celebrated at the WPMA Conference on the 4th April 2019 at Rydges Hotel in Christchurch with many of the industry leaders and supporters... more
Tuesday, 26 Feb 2019
WPMA Conference on 4th April 2019 Don't miss... more
Wednesday, 16 Jan 2019
  WPMA INAUGURAL CONFERENCE   Mark your diaries for the WPMA Conference 4th April 2019   Wood Manufacturing Matters   …..especially in New Zealand’s regions.     WPMA is campaigning to safeguard the future of our industry.   The WPMA Conference questions if NZ business... more
Thursday, 22 Nov 2018
Three years ago Taranaki sawmiller Tom Boon was unsure if his company Taranakipine would have a secure log supply over the long term following a change of ownership of Te Wera Forest, in east Taranaki. Boon's doubts were put to rest this week when China Forestry Group Corporation... more
Friday, 19 Oct 2018
In light of the major project and partnership opportunities emerging in the sector and the increasing multinational demand for the company’s products and services, the XLam board has undertaken an extensive review of their current operations and structure. The current factors driving the board’s... more
Friday, 12 Oct 2018
http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/PO1810/S00163/future-of-work-for-nzs-forestry-and-wood-processing.htm Thursday, 11 October 2018, 12:47 pm Press Release: First Union For immediate release 11am 11/01/2018 A symposium to start a discussion on the future of work in... more
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