A market assessment of the potential for OSB products in the North American office furniture and door manufacturing industries

Tabarsi, Erfan; Kozak, Robert; Cohen, David; Gaston, Chris
July 2003
Forest Products Journal;Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 53 Issue 7/8, p19
Academic Journal
Focuses on the market potential for oriented standboard (OSB) products within the wood office furniture and door manufacturing in North America. Estimated annual production of the office furniture sector; Development of a survey for wood product manufacturers; Perceptions of OSB as an industrial material.


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