Timber Products to Showcase Products, Virtually Demonstrate Processes and Celebrate Customers at AWFS Fair

For more than 20 years, Timber Products Company has been a part of the AWFS Fair, a leading biennial trade show for woodworking manufacturers from every sector. The event is known as the woodworking industry’s innovation marketplace and is dedicated to providing a forum where attendees can find solutions—from raw materials to machinery and more—to improve their operations. This year, in booth 4639, Timber Products anticipates talking to attendees about new products and exploring new opportunities for meeting the next leading trend.

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The AWFS Fair is the perfect time to connect with our customers and suppliers together—all in one place. It also provides an excellent opportunity for our sales, marketing, management, leadership and operations teams to make an impact on the future of the woodworking industry through educated discussions and networking opportunities.

This year, the event will be held on July 19-22 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, and we will be rolling out a new look, as well as a number of product options sure to appeal to show attendees.

The event marks the launch of our “American to the T” campaign, demonstrating Timber Products' commitment to cultivating and sustaining American jobs, resources, and manufacturing. Also on display in booth 4639 will be our cost-effective Apex line of no-added formaldehyde composite plywood, SpecialT OSB core and a rustic white oak veneer that is sure to catch eyes.

In addition, this years’ booth will feature some unique new technology: we will walk attendees through our seed-to-finish vertical integration using virtual reality!

Also, we will be upgrading our customer reception this year, and moving it to an off-site location. “It’s an opportunity to thank our customers for their continued partnership,” said Rick Montoya, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Timber Products.

We look forward to connecting with you at the AWFS Fair! For more information, visit the AWFS website.

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