AHEC and TDUK to host American Hardwood Trade Symposium in London

AHEC and TDUK to host American Hardwood Trade Symposium in London


The American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) are collaborating with Timber Development UK (TDUK) to host the American Hardwood Trade Symposium at The Building Centre in London.

This will be the first time in several years when American hardwood experts and suppliers, as well as UK and EU importers, traders and merchants will be gathered together from both sides of the Atlantic to discuss the state of the market.

It is expected that up to 200 members of the transatlantic hardwood community will attend this essential knowledge sharing and networking event.

Speakers include Mike Snow, executive director of AHEC, Dan Meyer, editor of Hardwood Review, George White, consultant to the Sustainable Hardwood Coalition, and Rupert Oliver, of Forest Industries Intelligence.

Key presentations during the symposium will focus on global trade flows of American hardwood, analysis of supply trends, how risk-based certification will change market access, and the implications of incoming EU Deforestation Free Regulation (EUDR).

These presentations will be supplemented by two panel discussion from both key American Hardwood exporters, along with UK & European importers.

Join us by registering now!

Registration for this event is kindly being handled by the Timber Development UK team; and can be completed in just a few clicks.

Simply create an account on Timber Development UK (either a free account or, if you are already a member, a member account).

From there, go to our events portal and move through registration. Please select the ticket most relevant to you (symposium, symposium + networking dinner, networking dinner).

Make sure to check out once you’ve selected the relevant option to complete your registration.

Please note: this event is open to legitimate importers and traders only and places are reserved for those trade personnel only. We reserve the right to refuse entry for ancillary services, consultants and others as places are strictly limited.