There were more than 30,000 registrations for IWF 2018 in Atlanta and according to Jim Wulfekuhle, IWF's vice president sales & marketing, North America's largest woodworking trade show saw robust crowds.
IWF Atlanta, North America's largest woodworking trade show, got off to a strong start on Wednesday, Aug.22.
A special ceremony on opening day of the Internatiojnal Woodworking Fair in Atlanta, saw the announcement of the winners of the 2018 Challengers Awards.
IWF Atlanta promises to be a great show.
This year's event — held Aug. 22-25 in Atlanta, Georgia — has been sold out for months and more than 1,025 exhibitors, including 210 that will be there for the first time.
After 51 years of serving the woodworking industry in Western Canada, Canadian Woodworker is expanding east and opens its first store in Ontario this month.
The organizers of LIGNA have announced the main themes to be highlighted at the next show, which runs from May 27-31, 2019.
Roseburg Forest Products has completed the purchase from Pembroke MDF, Inc. of Pembroke's medium density fiberboard (MDF) plant and molding production facilities located in northeastern Ontario, Canada.
The Canadian Kitchen Cabinet Association just wrapped up its very successful 50th Anniversary Kick-Off event in Richmond, B.C. Feb. 5-6.
The first regional event of CKCA's 50th anniversary year was attended by some 80 participants from across the country.
The 2018 edition of IDS Toronto just wrapped up a four-day show at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre connecting people with the right products and the hottest spaces.
Christmas came early for Mark Sibbick who picked up his Felder FAT 300 this week.
Sibbick, who works at Defined Spaces in Bracebridge, Ont. recently won the Felder FAT 300 worktable, which Woodworking Magazine raffled off at this year's Woodworking Machinery & Supply Expo.
Canada is asking the World Trade Organization to intervene in its softwood-lumber dispute with the US.
The Bluewater Wood Alliance continues to grow its membership and its reach.
What started out as just a handful of like-minded wood product manufacturers and suppliers in Midwestern Ontario adopting a 'cluster' model has now matured.
Mark Sibbick of Bracebridge, Ont. has won the Felder FAT 300 worktable which Woodworking Magazine raffled off at this year's Woodworking Machinery & Supply Expo held in Toronto Nov. 2-4.
The draw was a way of saying thank you to our readers.
"The U.S. Department of Commerce's announcement of final duties averaging 20.8% on Canadian softwood is completely unjustified and will be crippling for Canadian workers and our forestry industry if not overturned," said Ken Neumann, United Steelworkers National Director.
For 30 years, Woodworking Magazine has covered the industry and kept you informed about the latest developments, trends and innovations.
And now, to thank you...
SCM Canada branches out to Western Canada with the opening of its Vancouver, British Columbia location.
Due to the rising demands of the marketplace, SCM transitions its 30 years of Western Canadian distribution presence into a permanent location.
Peter Mate has bought Rob Pawluk's share in Planit Canada because his partner wants to retire from business to spend more time with his family and travel.
C.R. Onsrud and IMA Schelling America have reached an agreement to form a strategic sales and engineering alliance to combine their expertise in supplying state-of-the art automated cut to size and handling systems to the North American panel processing industry
Larry White has been named the new president of the Architectural Woodwork Manufacturers Association of Canada (AWMAC) at the 47th Annual General Meeting and Convention held in Winnipeg, Manitoba in June. He succeeds Carlo DeFrancesco, who continues as past president.
The Canadian Kitchen Cabinet Association has just relaunched its updated and improved Certification Program.
The program is designed as a tool for members to strengthen consumer confidence, differentiate themselves from the competition.
The Canadian Kitchen Cabinet Association has just wrapped up a successful National Forum event in Quebec City, April 6-9. CKCA President Caroline Castrucci said she's received many positive comments from fellow CKCA members about the event that focused on everything from managing employees to Industry 4.0.
On April 6-7, Biesse Canada hosted manufacturers in its Montreal showroom for the Spring Inside Biesse event. Attendees were given demonstrations on a wide range of Biesse's innovative technology.
Superior Cabinets is the winner of the 2015 Canadian Manufacturing & Exporters (CME) Saskatchewan "Manufacturer of the Year" award.
More than 100 customers attended Felder Group's Open House and seminar series.
Biesse Canada held its popular Inside Biesse fall event at their Mississauga offices and showroom Nov. 3-4.