Case Studies tagged in Hardwood and Clears

Old Brewery Quarter

Old Brewery Quarter

International Timber, part of Saint-Gobain Building Distribution’s Timber Group, has supplied Houston Cox Interiors with £30,000 of Yellow Balau decking for a development of 400 apartments and commercial space at The Old Brewery Quarter in Bristol....
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Scotch Heritage Preserved

Scotch Heritage Preserved

While it is widely acknowledged that timber is one of the oldest building materials known to man, relatively few will associate it with the production of whisky. However, its use has traditionally played an essential part in the manufacture of the va...
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Cladding In Style

Cladding In Style

International Timber, part of Saint-Gobain Building Distribution’s Timber Group, has supplied McCluskey Joinery with over £30,000 of lacquered Iroko cladding for 60 new apartments in prestigious residential development in Cramond, Edinburgh....
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Hardwood Decking Supply

Hardwood Decking Supply

Customer contacted Tomlinson Parbans and asked about availability of hardwood decking. Stock from International Timber was delivered to Tomlinson Parbans’ yard two days after the order was placed....
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Partnership Success Story

Partnership Success Story

When Tomlinson Parbans’ previous timber supplier went out of business the timber merchant and joinery manufacturer needed to source an alternative provider fast.  Peter Lamb, now managing director, was looking for a knowledgeable importer that o...
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In a Tropical Timber Focus, Timber Trades Journal explored the market potential for lesser known tropical timber species as well as further processed and engineered Tropical timber products. Our Product Director, John Dowd comments on such product developments within International Timber with the introduction of two new Malaysian species: lightweight, stable acacia for joinery timber and nemesu, for joinery and cladding. In a Tropical Timber Focus, Timber Trades Journal explored the market potential for lesser known tropical timber species as well as further processed and engineered Tropical timber products. Our Product Director, John Dowd comments on such product developments within International Timber with the introduction of two new Malaysian species: lightweight, stable acacia for joinery timber and nemesu, for joinery and cladding. In a Tropical Timber Focus, Timber Trades Journal explored the market potential for lesser known tropical timber species as well as further processed and engineered Tropical timber products. Our Product Director, John Dowd comments on such product developments within International Timber with the introduction of two new Malaysian species: lightweight, stable acacia for joinery timber and nemesu, for joinery and cladding.