Coming out of Covid: Timber market update / TTJ Awards shortlists

Sponsored by: TTJ

Focused on:

  • Timber Market
  • Covid 19

Date: 10 August


Time: 2PM London/3PM CET

Business in the timber industries has been much improved in recent months as the UK economy has opened up for business. But eyes are already turning to what business prospects may be like in the autumn.

Companies in the UK timber products supply chain have adapted their businesses to the challenges brought by the Covid-19 pandemic. In this second webinar, we look at how four different companies covering sawmilling, distribution, merchanting and timber frame house manufacturing see the market, how they are managing Covid- related issues and ask their personal perspective on the unique period we have been living through.

Join us for the debate. Questions can be logged in advance by emailing Stephen Powney (please leave your name and company details).

This webinar will finish with the unveiling of the 2020 TTJ Awards shortlists. The TTJ Awards, now in its 24th year, will be a virtual event held on September 25, recognising excellence across the timber product industries.

Presented by

Keith Ainslie,

Sales Manager, James Jones & Sons

Ted James,

Director, South London Timber

Geoff Arnold,

Managing Director, Pinewood Structures

Paul Conboy,

Director, Beers Timber & Building Supplies

Key Learning Objectives

  • Current Covid-19 impact on trade sectors
  • Supply & demand market dynamics
  • TTJ Awards shortlists unveiling


  • Sawmills
  • Importers
  • Distributors
  • Agents
  • Merchants
  • Timber product manufacturers
  • Construction companies
  • Ports & logistics specialists