WoodEx®Recognised as a Registered Trademark


James Latham has announced that WoodEx®, its premium quality, engineered hardwood and softwood timber product, is now recognised as a registered trademark with the UK Patent Office.

Introduced into the market four years ago, WoodEx® is made from European Ash, European Redwood, European Oak, Sapele and Grandis and the UK’s biggest independent timber and panel products distributor is now seeing this versatile timber being specified in more and more joinery projects.

WoodEx® offers numerous features and benefits.  It has two high-quality, clear faces for use in joinery applications and is ideally suitable for use in timber doors and windows as the product offers greater dimensional stability.  In addition, Lathams can supply the product either as finger jointed or as one piece.

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James Latham’s Group Product Sales & Development Manager for WoodEx®, Paul Leach, commented: “Achieving registered trademark status is great news for us, apart from the obvious protection and exclusivity it affords, it not only enhances the WoodEx® brand but also demonstrates the support and long term plans we have for this great product.

“Demand is increasing all the time and our stock now covers a wide range of sizes and species, providing a versatile addition to our already extensive timber range.”

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WoodEx® is available ex-stock in lengths of 0.8m to 3m, (6.0m in finger jointed faced Redwood) and in sizes ranging from 48mm x 95mm to 72mm x 120mm.  Special sizes and lengths are also available to order.

http://www.lathamtimber.co.uk/

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One thought on “WoodEx®Recognised as a Registered Trademark”

  1. And this is the Australian version but I’m not quite shore if it comes with eucalipt.

    Carter Holt Harvey® ECOply® 2400 x 1200mm 9mm Structural CD Plywood. 37 … 2440 x 1220 x 12mm AA Grade Mixed Hardwood Marine Plywood. 88.

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