Wanted: Timber Products for Korea

Joseph Zorzin redoak at forestmeister.com
Mon Dec 22 15:57:31 EST 1997


MarinHayes wrote:
> 
> Started in 1981, with offices in California and Korea, Trabuco, Inc. manages
> the export of  over US$50,000,000 per year in commodities and items into Korea.
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> Medium manufacturer seeks logs:
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> 1) radiata pine, 2) white pine, 3) birch, 4) oregon pine
>    20cm up, avg 26-28cm
>   11 meter 60%,  7.3m 30%, 3.7 balance
>   requires tail tag, JAS (Japan Agricultural Standards) Test is essential
> 
> And, Particle Board (HS No. 441010000)
>         Fiber Board (HS No. 4411110000)
>         Plywoods
>         Glued panel
>                  20-30mm x 2-3m
>                  finger-joint OK
>                  NO KNOTS NO DEFECTS
> 
> And, Sawn Timber (3"x8')
>         910mm x 2440mm x 18mm, 20mm, 25mm, & 30mm.
> 1)  white pine, 2) spruce, 3) birch and others, oregon pine
> 
> Brian Hayes
> Managing Director
> Trabuco, Inc.
> trabuco at aol.com
> marinhayes at aol.com

At this time the Korean economy is almost in collapse. What's the effect
of that collapse on your market?

Do you see any possibility of other hardwoods such as oak, ash and maple
in the Korean market?



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