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The brands that AWP sells show how good the products are. Working with these industry partners gives you access to new components for cabinetry and makes sure you get wood from a legal and sustainable source, which protects the environment and forestlands. The different brands that work with AWP help to meet the needs of both residential and commercial inventory. Timber Products Company, Columbia Forest Products, Classic American Hardwoods, Northwest Hardwoods, Danzer, and Salice are some of these top brands.
The BuildProud division works with Salice, Richelieu, and Fulterer to get hardware for cabinetry inventory. Each of these companies has come up with new ways to make drawer slides easier to use and cabinet door hinges safer. However, the stock includes veneer, edge banding products, adhesives, Famowood, screws, and adhesives. AWP and its BuildProud division also make sure that all needs for hardwood lumber and custom cabinetry are met.
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