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The Malaysian Timber Council (MTC) was formed through the initiative of the timber industry in 1992 as a company limited by guarantee.
When it comes to furniture, Malaysia has an inherent advantage in its rich abundance of natural resources and its history in furniture making.
WITH Malaysia’s rich biodiversity and natural resources, it’s only natural that the discussions revolving around sustainability and sustainable living involve the policy of zero waste, including the creation of a circular economy with biomass.
SARAWAK remains an attractive investment destination as it continues to draw interest despite the movement restrictions and economic slowdown due to Covid-19.
Facing US tariff threat, Vietnam’s furniture makers fight back against claims of illegal trading practices
HONG KONG, Jan 2 (SCMP): Vietnam has reaped the benefit of the US-China trade war, seeing its goods surplus with the US surge by 180 per cent since Donald Trump won the 2016 electionTwo separate US probes into timber trade and currency have sent ripples of anxiety through the furniture industry, one of the big winners
IN recent years, sustainability has been a key concern with primary industries such as timber. But what many may not know is that sustainable forest management practices (SFM) have been built into the industry’s foundation for nearly a century.
TIMBER has long been used in traditional construction for the framing of houses, as well as external cladding and joinery - not to mention that it is also a very versatile interior product that has been a major decorative element in Malaysian homes, especially for products such as timber flooring, wall panelling, veneer doors and furniture among others.
ALTHOUGH the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has been felt across all industries, the Malaysian Timber Council (MTC) has stepped up its game to support the timber industry.
Certification plays key role in balancing forest conservation with industry development.
HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN): Vietnam's wood export turnover this year is expected to reach a record high of nearly US$12.5 billion despite impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic as well as risks from export markets and the country’s policy changes in controlling the legality of imported wood materials.