Timber Products Company today announced the appointment of Chris Knowles as the new Marketing Director. Read More
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Timber Products Company began as a family-owned lumber business in Southern Oregon. 100 years later, we’ve grown into a fully-integrated operation, from seedling to final product. Through our extensive network of distributors and retailers, customers nationwide can experience our manufacturing excellence in hardwood plywood, decorative wood veneers, and more.
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Did you know: California and Oregon are home to the world’s tallest trees? Our mammoth Coast Redwoods can grow as tall as a 37-story building, and these astonishing conifers can store three times more carbon than non-redwood trees. Read MoreAffiliates
Inspired by the fluting on the underside of a mushroom, the ceiling design of the Crystal Bridges Museum store features undulating rows of Timber Products’ cherry-wood hardwood plywood panels.Learn More