Timber Trades Journal

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Timber Trades Journal is a UK trade magazine for the timber industry, published by Progressive Media Publishing. It was first published in 1873 and has been recognised as the leading journal for the timber industry. [1]

Timber Trades Journal's annual TTJ Awards have been running for 13 years, and are held in association with UK timber industry trade association TRADA. [2]

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