White birch is known in the wild for its striking bark that peels to expose a smooth orange trunk beneath. It is known in the forest products industry for the strength of its wood, its fine grain and the beautiful ripple patterns that make it a prized veneer. Read More
When Sierra Forest Products opened its Chicago division in January 2000, the group was operating in a 25,000-square-foot facility and only serving a handful of customers, recalls Joe Ventimiglia, Division Manager – Midwest for Sierra. Even in those early days, Sierra found that Timber Products Company gave them the same support as its larger customers.
Hardwood lumber and hardwood veneer have been produced at Timber Products Company’s Munising, Mich. location since we acquired the facility in 1988. Today, the sawmill services the Great Lakes region, with some lumber reaching the southeast and West Coast where it is utilized in cabinets and flooring (including basketball courts), cases, packaging, pallets and railroad ties. The veneer is used on decorative walls, doors, cabinets, desktops and other furniture around the country. Read More
Laying a solid foundation is important for any structure, whether it is pouring concrete for a building or selecting panels for a set of cabinets. The foundation serves to hold everything together—to keep a structure straight and worry-free for years. Read More
Much like the path of each winning team in the Final Four tournament, the flooring from which the players shoot and score takes quite a journey. This year, Timber Products Company and our Munising, Mich. mill was pleased to partner with Connor Sports Flooring and the NCAA to cut, ship and build the basketball courts for both the Men’s and Women’s Final Four games.
As the deadline for compliance with the Environmental Protection Agency’s Formaldehyde Emissions Standards for Composite Wood Products changes once again—now December 12, 2018—Timber Products Company remains dedicated to staying on top of this change through ongoing education and discussions with industry partners.