Global markets for U.S. hardwood components

Haas, Michael P.,; Smith, Paul M.,
March 1997
Forest Products Journal;Mar1997, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p45
Academic Journal
Surveys United States hardwood dimension and flooring manufacturers regarding their operations to better understand this industry in terms of demographic variables, international market position and importance of business relationships. Presentation of primary markets for hardwood components; Markets and end users of hardwood components; Channels of distribution in domestic and international market.


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