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MARK YOUR CALENDARS!

 
8th China Global Wood Trade Conference
& Tour in
Chongqing, China

 

September 16, 2018 – One-Day Conference
September 17, 2018 – Optional Tour Chongqing Port & Industry Area

 

Click here to: REGISTER NOW

Early Bird Pricing ends August 10, 2018 

NOTE: Companies that register through the WOOD MARKETS website are eligible to receive an Overview Summary on our upcoming report, “China’s Import Demand for Softwood Logs and Lumber to 2022 – The Changing Supply Chain in China with a Focus on Russia’s Industry / Export Potential” (to be released in August). This summary will provide registrants with an excellent perspective as to what the outlook for imported logs and lumber will be in China over the next four years. However, this is only available to a company’s delegates that all register via our website.

Conference Prices are on page 4 of our brochure:
Brochure & Pricing

The conference agenda is here:
Preliminary Agenda

Venue: Chongqing Jianghong International Hotel
No.589, Renmin Xilu, Yongchuan District, Chongqing, China
Tel:86-(0)23 49666666             传真Fax:86-(0)23 49807777
http://www.jhgjhotel.com

To accommodate the number of delegates expected at the 2018 China GWT Conference, the VENUE has been changed from The River Hotel of Leheledu to the nearby and larger Chongqing Jianghong International Hotel.  This new venue is nearby the original hotel and offers nicer rooms as well. The bus schedule from the airport to the hotel remains unchanged.

Please fill out the reservation form to the Chongqing Jianghong International Hotel and send to the reservation department by e-mail at: 1490488700@qq.com

To reserve a hotel room, click here:
Hotel Reservation Form

Free shuttle bus available – click here for details:
Chongqing Airport to/from Hotel Bus Schedule

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2018 FEA Forum

 

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 – World Forestry Center, Portland, Oregon

 

Come join us for our 8th Annual Forest Products Forum—the premier conference featuring forward-looking analysis of the wood products, timber and wood biomass sectors. This one-day event will feature industry-leading economists from Forest Economic Advisors (FEA) addressing a wide range of hot-button topics as well as a variety of outside experts offering their views on the most important issues facing stakeholders in the industry. Following successful events in each of the years from 2011-2017, Forest Economic Advisors (FEA) will once again host an event in conjunction with Who Will Own the Forest? 14. This year’s Forum will be at the front-end of the Who Will Own the Forest? event. We will provide a full day of analysis on September 25th followed by the industry’s best-attended cocktail reception at the WFC Discovery Museum.

In addition, the team from FEA will present their North American outlooks.

Click here to register.

Click here for information on who should attend, registration and the 2017 Agenda.

 

Sponsorship

FEA will make sponsorship opportunities available, please click here for more details or contact David Battaglia for Sponsorship Packages and general information.  You can reach David at (978) 496 6338 or email him at dbattaglia@getfea.com.

The World Forestry Center is the organizer of North America’s best-attended forestland investing event, annually held as the “Who Will Own the Forest?” series.

For up-to-date information, please go to the webpage here

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IWBC 2018:
Industrialized Wood-Based Construction Conference

 

October 24th through the 26th, 2018 – Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center, Boston, Massachusetts

 

The first-ever event at which global innovators in offsite, wood-based and automated construction can meet developers, architects, engineers, builders, planners and others ready to engage the world of rapidly-built, offsite construction.

For decades, declining productivity in construction has held the global economy hostage. It’s a perfect storm in which a lack of innovation and a shortage of skilled labor are obstructing new building completions on an enormous scale. And all against a backdrop of rapidly growing demand. Affordable housing shortages are at the crisis stage in hundreds of cities, while their populations rise exponentially. Learn more about IWBC here.

Click here to register.

For up-to-date information, please go to the webpage here