World of Wood set for April

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The International Wood Products Association is prepared to examine the landscape of global wood trade at the 2020 World of Wood Convention, scheduled for April 1-3 at the Hyatt Regency in Savannah, Ga. Over 300 attendees from over 25 countries are expected at this 64th annual networking event for wood industry professionals.

The agenda includes programs that will take a fresh look at changing industry regulations and the latest policy and market developments that have a direct impact on sourcing and sales. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with speakers and panelists presenting the latest updates on these issues.

“World of Wood is the one event each year that brings together every segment of our industry,” IWPA president Kenny MacMaster of Argo Fine Imports said in a statement. “It is an invaluable opportunity to meet with potential customers and suppliers and learn about industry developments that will impact my business in the coming months and years.”

Attendees will include importers, U.S. manufacturers, wholesalers, offshore suppliers, and service providers to the industry.

For registration information, visit www.iwpawood.org

This article originally appeared in the February 2020 issue.

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