On the sawing edge

May 1995
Oregon Business Magazine;May95, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p15
Reports that technology has pushed Oregon's secondary wood products industry into a successful national market, according to Bend, Oregon-based Wood Products Competitiveness Corp. Inc. Remark from executive director Roy Daffner on other industries benefitting from technology.


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