DEMAND APPEARS TO TAPER OFF AS SOFTWOOD LUMBER PRICES RISE FURTHER STILL
While North American softwood lumber prices continued to climb last week, there was a palpable reduction in the enthusiasm of buyers.
ISPM 15 FAQ’s
What is ISPM 15 Why is ISPM 15 required? What happens when wood packaging does not comply and it is shipped anyway?
Covid 19 Business Continuity
March 17, 2020 To All Concerned: Subject: COVID-19 Emergency Response; Business Continuity The recent outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is an unprecedented situation. Here are some of the initiatives underway at the BUTLER & BAIRD LTD. Open for Business We are considered an essential service, as a high number of our customers are indeed essential. There… Read More about “Covid 19 Business Continuity”
Nuclear alert investigation won’t be long and drawn out, minister says
Initial observations suggest human error was responsible for the alert, involving the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station, that was sent out during routine tests of the emergency alert TORONTO—An investigation into a mistaken alert warning of an incident at the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station will be completed fairly quickly, Ontario’s solicitor general said Monday. Sylvia Jones… Read More about “Nuclear alert investigation won’t be long and drawn out, minister says”
New Autonomous Drone Can Carry up to 250 Pounds
As the transportation sector persists in its love affair with anything autonomous, more and more beta technology makes a testbed of the road, sea, and sky. This past August, the autonomous cargo plane from Elroy Air — basically a 1,200-pound drone — completed its first test flight in California. The craft hovered ten feet in… Read More about “New Autonomous Drone Can Carry up to 250 Pounds”
Northern Pulp begins shutdown, CEO defends actions taken The Tree Frog Forestry News January 13, 2020
Northern Pulp begins to wind down as Paper Excellence blames unrealistic timeline and undefined process for its closure. In related news: a Councillor pans Resolute’s behaviour on Fort Frances mill closure; buyers interest exists for Kenora’s bankrupt sawmill; and Steelworkers and Port McNeill mayor exchange barbs on BC’s forestry strike; while the value-added sector grows despite the dwindling fibre supply. In… Read More about “Northern Pulp begins shutdown, CEO defends actions taken The Tree Frog Forestry News January 13, 2020”