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This blog post is by TTF President Keith Fryer. It firstly appeared on the TTJ Online. As I begin to look more towards the end of my career, instead of the start, my perspective changes. In the past I was always on a charge; time...

A No Deal Brexit will see changes to importing and exporting wood, wood products and bark between the UK and EU. The TTF has worked with the Forestry Commission (FC) Plant Health department and other UK Government departments to organise Brexit planning workshops to assist...

The environmental NGO Forest Trends has issued and information brief examining the implications of UK withdrawal from the European Union on timber trade-related processes such as FLEGT and the EUTR. The new brief, entitled “Brexit, FLEGT, and the Timber Trade,”tackles some of the uncertainties around the UK’s future role in the...

On Monday 24th September 2018 the government issued its latest guidance for business in the event of a “no deal” Brexit. Included in DEFRA’s list of notices, is the guidance on buying and selling timber if there’s no Brexit deal. The notice sets out how...

“The triggering of Article 50 this week has started the long process of negotiation and withdrawal from the EU which could have major implications for the timber industry. It was good to see, therefore, that the formal letter dispatched by hand to President Tusk was...

The decking market continues to grow. Merchants who can broaden their horizons with specialist products stand to increase their reputation for customer service and broaden their opportunities for sales. Hardwood decking is now an established part of the merchant market, with TTF members leading the...