Webinars

Sharing industry knowledge

The Timber Trade Federation regularly holds webinars for our members, as well as the wider construction industry. Below you will be able to find links to upcoming events, as well as links to recordings and presentations from previous webinars.

Adapting to rapid change in the tropical timber market

 12 November 2020


The tropical timber market has been quickly evolving in a period of industry wide disruption from the pandemic. This webinar was an opportunity for the industry to come together and discuss and what the future of trade looks like in 2021.

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The state of the hardwood market across the US and Europe

18 November 2020


This year the hardwood market has been severely impacted due to the pandemic across Europe. While in the US, the hardwood market has faced a lot of challenges this year from the impact of Covid-19 to wildfires that have ravaged California.

Get ready for Brexit – UK timber industry

24 November 2020


This webinar intends to build your understanding of the flow of timber between the UK and the EU, as well as the regulatory, operational and market impact of Brexit in the UK. This webinar was primarily for UK merchants, manufacturers, and agents working in the UK timber industry.

Get ready for Brexit – EU suppliers to the UK

25 November 2020


This webinar intends to build your understanding of the flow of timber between the UK and the EU, as well as the regulatory, operational and market impact of Brexit in the UK. This webinar was primarily for UK merchants, manufacturers, and agents working in the UK timber industry.

Trading with Northern Ireland

18 December 2020


This webinar intends to build your understanding of the flow of trade between the UK and Northern Ireland, focusing on due diligence, trade processes, and CE marking.

TTF Timber Sales Management Awards 2020 Presentation

27 November 2020


The TTF celebrated the outstanding achievement of delegates who successfully completed the TTF Essential Foundation of Sales Management (EFSM) training programme as they increased sales for their respective firms by well over £6 million in 2020.