Hardwood products where, when, and how you need them.
Our Service Center brings a unique value to the wood products industry by allowing us to ensure on-time delivery, to offer mixed loads and provide a true one-stop shopping experience for our customers. We bring everything our customers need together.
It begins with the industry’s widest range of hardwood products. Domestic and imported hardwood lumber, and hardwood plywood, any or all can ship on the truck together. NWH’s Service Center, located in Loudonville, Ohio, also offers value-added services beyond our manufacturing facility capabilities.
Surfacing: Take advantage of our surfacing capabilities to get finished thickness lumber with a smooth finish and consistent color.
Ripping: Straight-Line-Ripped and One Edge rips designed specifically for your company’s needs.
Sorting: Receive bundles sorted by width, length, and species color characteristics.
SERVICE CENTER LOCATION
In addition to our strategically located Service Center, we’ve created a national network of reload locations to ensure on-time delivery, to offer mixed loads and provide a true one-stop shopping experience for our customers.
we're serious about sustainability
CARING FOR OUR PLANET
Legal, Sustainable, Abundant Resource
North American Hardwoods are among the most plentiful and well-managed natural resources in the world. Hardwood forests naturally regenerate themselves and do not require planting. The preferred method of harvesting is single-tree selection. This provides a sustainable supply and ensures the overall health of the forest – including water quality, wildlife habitat, and biodiversity. As a result, the volume of hardwoods has more than doubled since 1950.
PEFC Chain-of-Custody Standard
PEFC is the world’s largest forest certification standard promoting sustainable forest management through independent third-party certification. PEFC works throughout the entire forest supply chain to ensure good forest practices and wood sourcing.
NWH PEFC Chain-of-Custody (CoC) certified Alder, PC Maple and PC Birch are sourced from forests certified to the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI), the American Tree Farm System (ATFS), the Canadian Standards Association (CSA), and PEFC. Each national forest certification system undergoes rigorous, third party assessment against PEFC’s unique Sustainability Benchmarks to ensure consistency with worldwide standards.