When designers choose a particle board, they rely on specific material properties ranging from workability, how well it holds a finish, strength, fire resistance and much more. Material manufacturers—such as our Ampine division of Timber Products Company—must produce and continually demonstrate that their products meet or exceed customers' requirements. This is where the lab work at Ampine comes into play. Read MoreComponents Sustainability Particle Board Apex Composite Panels
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Timber Products Company began as a family-owned lumber business in Southern Oregon. Nearly 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.
With an emphasis on environmental stewardship throughout our entire manufacturing process, we make sure to leave timberlands as good as or better than we found them. Our efforts in sustainability include planting new trees to regenerate forests we harvest from, and preserving the wildlife habitats existing within them. Thanks to our attentive foresters, many of our products have been certified by both the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) and Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).
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A pivotal part of Timber Products Company's sustainability efforts revolve around the need to manage entire ecosystems—from wildlife and fish to water and air quality. This means protecting the habitats of a wide range of threatened species, including Scott Bar salamanders, bald eagles and spotted owls. Read MoreSustainability Michigan-California Timber Company
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