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Timber Exchange

Timber.Exchange is a product by Timber Exchange Europe AB, a Swedish company with a mission to automate global trade.

Sawn Timber Exports To The Middle East And North Africa Region. Northern Africa and the Middle East have more than 10 centuries of using wood tradition.

Sawn Timber Exports To The Middle East And North Africa Region

Redwood and whitewood markets: Wood is stil highly on demand because of it‘s a versatile material, which is easy to work with and because it is reasonably priced. MENA region is consuming mainly Redwood, of which 90% is used for joinery products like doors, windows and furniture. Some of the imported Whitewood is used for furniture as well, but the buyers prefer Redwood. Sawn timber exports to the region has grown over the last 2 decades and it has become an important export market for Redwood. There are several reasons for this growth: 1. 2. 3. Morocco Morocco is a tempting export market for Redwood in larger sizes, and Sweden has already dominated Moroccan imports for a long time by having created close contracts with a few main importers. Algeria Tunisia With the reduction is the use of timber for joinery purposes the specifications have become more difficult.

Egypt Schaalboard VII Saudi-Arabia Website: Dubai Woodshow 2021. For 15 consecutive years, Dubai WoodShow has been the leading destination for wood specialists, professionals, entrepreneurs and key leaders from across the globe.

Dubai Woodshow 2021

As a commitment to continue to provide a robust platform for the industry’s specialists, entrepreneurs and professionals from around the world, the 1st Hybrid Edition will offer both the in-person and the virtual component to provide utmost engagement, connectivity and flexibility to the audience, making it the best hybrid event in the wood & woodworking machinery industry.

Timber Exchange Advert - Importer Perspective ENGLISH. Redwood Sawmill Sweden. Digital Transformation and What It Means for Forestry Industry and Global Supply Chains. The current situation In 2019 Centersource has completed a survey amongst a number of companies that collectively export, transport or import over nine million cubic meters of lumber materials annually.

Digital Transformation and What It Means for Forestry Industry and Global Supply Chains

We have asked these companies if they were satisfied with the work tools currently available to them. As a result, over 90% have replied with a definitive “No”. In forestry in particular and within global trade in general, a significant amount of work is already digitalised or automated to various degrees. Recommendations for Creating Value with BI/Analytics in the Supply Chain. If you are a supply chain professional you probably already know this: Building analytics solutions that produce actual value is usually a very complex endeavor which requires a lot of thought, time and effort.

Recommendations for Creating Value with BI/Analytics in the Supply Chain

The main reason is that the data you need to consolidate to get value is typically very fragmented and lives in multiple data sources, both internally, externally (at suppliers/customers) and in between (e.g. forwarders, agents, etc.). Some data might not even be possible to access. How do you build a complete supply chain analytics solution that lets you access, integrate and analyze all this data at the same time?

Based on my 12 years of experience in the Analytics world, I would say you probably shouldn’t try to do that… Timber Exchange Advertisement 2019 - Sawmill Perspective ENGLISH. How to Maintain Business Continuity and Coordination During Crisis through Smart Tools, Automation and Integration. Because of coronavirus, we now face the biggest challenge in living memory to both continue business and coordinate it.

How to Maintain Business Continuity and Coordination During Crisis through Smart Tools, Automation and Integration

This is a challenge for any organisation, but it may be particularly challenging for industries with global supply-chains and large network of partners. So when everybody across the supply-chains works remotely - how can you coordinate it? This is actually exactly why we built Timber Exchange, out of frustration due to lack of overview of the supply-chain, lack of efficiency of emails and lack of automated processes. It was built to offer virtual supply-chain collaboration and automation for large organisations and their network so all could keep up to date from office, home, during travel and remove risk should anybody quit or become ill. During these times it is especially important to oversee progress, obligations, deviations, find most affordable freight and start new business.

Scenario 1 : Scenario 2 : Contact info@timber.exchange for platform demo and free trial. The Case for Digitisation of the Forestry Industry. My father started his company in the forestry industry exactly forty-five years ago.

The Case for Digitisation of the Forestry Industry

Back then typewriters, mail, calculators and telex (which was later replaced by fax) were the main tools required to conduct business. Due to language barriers and geographic distance, trading-houses were engaged to act as an outsourced export department, whom main task was to manage orders, oversee the supply-chain, open markets, provide finance security, ensure compliance and organise logistics. Despite the advancement of technology surprisingly little has actually changed in global trade and most of all in the forestry industry. Timber Exchange, Täby - 183 34, Stockholm, Sweden.

The Case for Industrial Digital Data Sharing and How to Decrease Risk by Linking Transparency, Compliance and Accountability. Companies are only as proactive, effective and organised as the employees inside and the tools available to them.

The Case for Industrial Digital Data Sharing and How to Decrease Risk by Linking Transparency, Compliance and Accountability

Having worked in the industry for almost a decade and having worked with many companies globally of all sizes, including the biggest, I noticed that all share the exact same problems and suboptimal processes. The largest being that existing software doesn’t integrate producers to their industrial-buyers, automate processes or cover the final steps of the supply-chain - Which is why we built the Timber Exchange.

It is fully understandable that industrial companies deeply protect confidential information such as client lists, prices, contracts and much else. Timber Exchange - Collaborative Supply Chain Automation for the Forestry Industry.