Construction Products Association (CPA) Tag

February 2019’s monthly BMBI data on timber and joinery products, the latest data available at the time of writing, stood at 112.2, some 4.6 points above February 2018. However this figure was down when compared to the average figure for the past six months which...

The UK Softwood conference forecasts low growth for 2019 New build housing remains buoyant but RMI sector looks close to zero. Over 200 international softwood producers, traders and their customers from across the supply chain gathered in London for the Timber Trade Federation’s annual...

On Tuesday 7th March 2018, over 120 leading suppliers, importers and traders of softwood products across the UK and Europe gathered at the UK Softwood Conference 2018 held in the magnificent venue of 8 Northumberland Avenue, London. The event - formerly known as Shippers' Breakfast Meeting...

SME builders, civil engineering firms, product manufacturers and specialist contractors all reported a strong start to 2017 with increases in sales, output and workloads in Q1, according to figures published in the latest Construction Trade Survey conducted by the Construction Products Association (CPA). However, weak activity in...

On Wednesday 8th March 2017, the Swan at the Globe in London hosted the UK Softwood Conference 2017, organised by the Timber Trade Federation (TTF). The event - formerly known as the Shippers Breakfast Meeting - gathers together, every year, suppliers, traders, manufacturers and distributors of...

The Construction Product Association (CPA) has released its Construction Industry Forecasts 2017-2019 predicting construction output to grow by 0.8% in 2017, 0.7% in 2018 and 2.2% in 2019. Whilst the forecast shows that the industry will maintain its post-Referendum momentum, it also masks a considerable variation in fortunes...