Mass Timber Developments And Optional Tour

What Are You Waiting For?

The summer is quickly fading, which means the 2022 Timber Processing & Energy Expo is almost here! Register now to take advantage of free pre-registration for mill personnel that saves you time come show week. Registration includes access to all three days of the show, September 28-30, with the option to add on one (or both!) of the dynamic conferences that will co-locate with the expo.

From Forest To Frame: Mass Timber Developments

P&E Speaker Spotlight

Kyle Freres, Vice President of Operations, Freres Engineered Wood

Evolution of Wood Products: Past and Future of Freres Engineered Wood

The wood products industry has a history of innovation, with its primary focus being to do more with a tremendous natural resource. From the humble construction of the first log cabin to the wooden sky scrapers of the future, wood has remained one of the most renewable, sustainable, and environmentally friendly structural construction products ever used. With advancements in 3D modeling, advanced large-format CNC, and robotic manufacturing, the Mass Ply Panel by Freres Engineered Wood is poised to be the mass timber material of choice for constructing the sustainable cities of tomorrow.

Optional Mass Timber Tour—Just Added!

Thursday, September 29th
Bus leaves Expo Center 8:30 a.m.
Freres Engineered Wood, Lyons, Ore.
Visit Mass Timber Structure Sites
TallWood Institute, Corvallis, Ore. (lunch included)
(Maximum seating 55)

Sawmill Productivity & Efficiency Conference

From Forest To Frame Speaker Spotlight

Chris Brown, Vice President, Mid-South Engineering Co.

Simplicity Is the Ultimate Sophistication

Has lumber processing become too complicated? We discuss what the future may hold regarding the balance between manufacturing and maintainability.


Show News

Timber Processing Person of the Year Award To Be Presented At TP&EE
Another reason to mark your calendars for the 2022 Timber Processing & Energy Expo: The presentation of the Timber Processing Person of the Year award. READ MORE >>>

WWPA Partners With TP&EE
Hatton-Brown Expositions and Western Wood Products Assn. announce that WWPA will participate in the Preferred Partners program with Hatton-Brown’s Timber Processing & Energy Expo (TP&EE), which will be held September 28-30 at the Portland Exposition Center in Portland, Ore. READ MORE >>>

Latest News

In Person

In Person

PORTLAND, Oregon – More than 110 wood producer companies, representing hundreds of mill operations, sent personnel to the Timber Processing & Energy Expo held September 28-30 at the Portland Exposition Center. More than 1,200 (non-exhibitor) attendees from 35 states and 15 countries registered for the event. They combed the aisles of 170 exhibitor companies, who were represented by more than 900 exhibitor personnel…

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Sawmillers Show Up: TP&EE Portland 2022 Was A Success

Sawmillers Show Up: TP&EE Portland 2022 Was A Success

The recent Timber Processing & Energy Expo, held in Portland, Ore. September 28-30, had a knockout crowd of sawmillers from around the globe walking the aisles. 110 wood producer companies sent representatives to the three-day trade show which featured a sold-out exhibit floor, and one-day, optional add-on education session. As well as beer and brats available for purchase all three days and a special open reception honoring Collins Co.’s Eric Schooler, Timber Processing magazine’s 2022 Person of the Year on the first day, sponsored by Real Performance Machinery…

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Get In Line

Get In Line

Following a pandemic-induced cancellation in 2020, the biennial Timber Processing & Energy Expo returns September 28-30 to the Portland Exposition Center in Portland, Ore. Hatton-Brown Expositions, an affiliate of Timber Processing magazine, has hosted the event since 2010.

“It’s hard to believe it has been four years since TP&EE was held, and what a strange trip it has been,” comments Rich Donnell, TP&EE Show Director and Editor-in-Chief of Timber Processing. “The important thing is that we’re back face-to-face. ‘Virtual’ is okay, but it’s not like being there.”

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