We’ve decided to brand our output as Great British Timber because we’re proud of the fact that we know where our timber comes from and that it hasn’t cost the earth to fell and transport it. We’re also proud of the fact that Great British Timber has created much-needed employment in the rural locations from which we extract it, and we’re proud of the great people who work here at our mill who use their skills and the very latest sawmilling technology to deliver the best of British to you and your business. Click here to visit the website that shows our products.
Confor: promoting forestry and wood is a membership organisation that promotes sustainable forestry and low-carbon businesses. Confor represents and supports members by helping build the market for wood and forest products, creating a supportive policy environment, and helping members to become more competitive and successful.
Grown in Britain is for anyone who values British trees, woods and forests, and the amazing wood and timber products we can make from them. Grown in Britain is an movement designed to help create a sustainable wood culture that connects people, companies and organisations to our woods and forests and the important environment they provide for people, wildlife and a thriving economy.
With the passionate backing of government, industry and many other organisations, Grown in Britain brings together a broad diversity of forest, woodland, societal, manufacturing and end-user interests to create a sustainable future for our woods and forests.
The Grown in Britain brand identifies wood that has been grown in Britain and assured through our all new licensing scheme. It is a proud mark that shows where that timber has come from and provides assurance that it doesn’t just come from Britain but that the forests and woods were managed to the government’s UK Forestry and public procurement standards.
The Timber Trade Federation is growing the use of wood through innovative representation and a suite of value added business services for its members. Spanning the timber industry supply chain from the Sawmiller to the Manufacturer through the distribution network of Agents, Importers, Distributors and Merchants, TTF Members account for around two-thirds of the £6.5 billion value of the UK timber industry
Wood for good is the UK’s wood promotion campaign. The Wood for Good campaign works on behalf of the whole timber industry in the UK. It aims to promote the suitability and sustainability of wood as a building material to the construction and logistics sectors and associated professionals such as architects and design engineers.
Andrew Bronwin & Co Ltd is a firm of Chartered Foresters, located on the Wales / England border in Powys, successfully serving woodland owners in England and Wales for over fifteen years.
The company widely experienced in delivering practical, economic advice and have the expertise to realise the full potential of woodlands.
Is one of the world’s leading companies in the wood preservation industry and offer a highly competitive product range. Founded in 1911 by the wood preservation pioneer Dr. Karl Heinrich Wolman the company can look back on over a century of experience in the preservation of timber.
Wolman develops, produces and distributes wood preservatives of the highest quality. A product range which is future-orientated and highly competitive puts it among the world’s leading companies in the wood preservation industry.
David Ford Transport Services
The Brades, Whitchurch, Shropshire, SY13 2DX, Tel: 0843 262 6876
Tracing itsroots back over fifty years, Euroforest has grown to become Britain’s largest independent timber harvesting and marketing company. Operations are carried out throughout Great Britain, from Cornwall to Caithness, via a network of strategically placed Area Managers, supported by Regional Administration Centres.
A combined 150 years of experience and competence in the design and supply of sawmill machinery are a solid base on which Esterer WD is building on. Esterer WD was founded 1996 to become the future-oriented, worldwide active joint company of the two companies, Esterer AG, founded 1862 and Wurster + Dietz GmbH & Co., founded 1867. Its export sales quota today exceeds 80% of our turn-over.
Powys-based 5C Services Ltd has a proven track record of delivering high quality IT support to clients throughout Mid-Wales and the UK.
Kleen Kutt have been successfully involved in the forestry industry for over 20 years harvesting timber in the Southwest. They have been instrumental in the thinning and upkeep of conservation sites, with the Forestry Commission and also with the Somerset Wildlife Trust and the Woodland Trust.
Linde Material Handling, offer bespoke solutions to meet specific requirements. Its technically innovative forklift product range and wide range of business solutions offers our customers flexibility delivered through the most comprehensive and professional dealer network in the British Isles.
Provide a range of marketing and related services to clients in a variety of sectors.
SJS Consultants Ltd is a family business offering a complete crop harvesting and marketing service throughout North Wales and English borders. The company was established in 1990 and has 50 years of experience in the purchase , harvesting and marketing of forest produce.
T Alun Jones Ltd is an international haulage, storage and distribution company based on the Shropshire/Powys border.
Founded in 1961, the family company has grown under the guidance of owner Alun Jones and sons Ian and Nick. The firm now operates a fleet of vehicles from its Welshpool depot, providing services locally, nationally and throughout Europe.
UPM Tilhill is a leading forestry and timber harvesting company, in the UK offering a broad range of professional consultancy and contracting services to woodland and forestry owners.
Established more than 60 years ago, UPM Tilhill is a national company operating from a network of offices throughout Great Britain, with a turnover in excess of £100 million.
The Commission sustainably harvests almost four million tonnes of wood every year from England and Scotland’s public forests. That’s more than a third of total domestic production. This reduces dependency on imported wood and provides low-carbon materials for the domestic wood-using industries, and for fuel and energy. The income from timber helps to offset the costs of managing the forests in our care.
As Britain’s largest land manager they are custodian of 900,000 hectares of land including some of our best loved and most spectacular landscapes. Two-thirds of the estate lies within National Parks, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty or Sites of Special Scientific Interest.
NRW is a Welsh Government Sponsored Body. Its purpose is to ensure that the natural resources of Wales are sustainably maintained, enhanced and used, now and in the future.