Become part of a growing network of businesses dedicated to the imported wood products industry. Members of the International Wood Products Association include companies and organizations worldwide which are involved in the many activities required to produce and import a wood product into the United States. IWPA represents more than 200 companies and organizations in more than 30 nations throughout the world. Membership categories are based on industry activity. Join Online
or Download the Membership Application.
Protect Your Ability to Conduct Business
: IWPA helps keep the U.S. market open for imported wood products through legislative and regulatory advocacy. IWPA is your staff in DC fighting for your business.
Information for Sound Business Decisions:
IWPA provides members with the latest information that could affect your business. IWPA's media outreach efforts highlight stories about your products to the buying public. Expect to see even more outreach in the future.
IWPA's CURE Program:
For over a decade, CURE's number one priority has been to ensure policy-makers and industry's customers in the United States understand the very positive role commercial forestry has in helping to preserve the future of the world's forests.
Grow Your Business:
IWPA exists to help expand the market for imported wood products, and help individual companies grow their business. Membership is designed to help your business flourish and grow through education, networking, proven marketing tools and regulatory advocacy environment.
Please review, complete and return the membership application
, email IWPA
or call 703/820-6696 if you need additional assistance.
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are companies located in North America that are actively engaged in the sale of imported wood products in the U.S., whether for their own account, as commissioned agents, or other similar sales capacity. Voting membership includes, but is not limited to, U.S. importers, paneling processors, manufacturers, sales representatives, wholesalers, retailers, and commissioned agents.
are companies and individuals with interests allied to the industry, such as suppliers of services to the imported wood products industry. Members in this category may include transportation companies, customs brokers, port authorities, warehouse terminal operators, custom kiln dryers, insurance brokers, and consultants.
are companies or organizations not based in North America which manufacture and/or export wood products to the United States, including both companies involved in the industry or those who provide services related to the industry.