Altripan, Timber Sourcing, CATG, Collins M&A Consultants and our own industry body Timber Development UK have joined WoodScanner as our Partners. Our warmest welcome and thank you for joining us on our journey.
A little bit more about our Partners:
Altripan is one of the UK’s largest independent trade distributors of panel products. Supplying to a broad range customers, from merchants through to manufacturers and large scale end users.
Timber Sourcing operate as a specialist Timber Agency and Importer. Working with mills in the Ukraine and Baltic States they offer pressure treated fencing products including landscaping sleepers as well as a full range of carcassing sizes.
Certification and Timber Grading brings together significant expertise in technology deployment and management services and are able to provide comprehensive, end-to-end solutions that perform well and give you a competitive advantage to your business.
Collins Merger and Acquisition Consultants – If you are thinking of selling your business, Collins are interested in talking, in strict confidence to Owners, Vendors or Acquirers within the Building Distribution Sector. This includes, General Merchants, Roofing Merchants Plumbing & Heating Distributors, Timber Engineering Companies, Kitchen & Bathroom Distributors, Timber Specialists Ceramic Tile and Insulation Distributors.
Timber Development UK – Last year, TRADA merged with the Timber Trade Federation to form the new organisation Timber Development UK. This will affect the way it operates. This merger facilitates coordinated promotional activities aimed at enabling and enhancing the specification and use of timber products. The creation of a ‘whole supply chain’ organisation, from sawmill to specifier, will also help expand the political voice and market impact of the timber sector in the UK. Members of both organisations will continue to receive relevant services, whilst additionally benefitting from increased exposure to customers and suppliers, amplified dialogue and understanding across the supply chain, and from the wider marketing potential created as the two organisations start to integrate.