Cross industry body established to promote wood

February 1998
Cabinet Maker;02/20/98, Issue 5076, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on the establishment of the Wood Bureau to promote wood products in Great Britain. Involvement of former Council of Forest Industries Director John Park in the organization's establishment; Contact information.


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