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February 1, 2019

We’ve chosen Fumed Willow (also referred to as Aspen or Grissard) as our February Wood of the Month. This veneer’s warm tones add an element of coziness to any environment, modern or otherwise. Interested to learn more? Check out further details about the species through The Wood Database and contact our M. Bohlke Corp....

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January 15, 2019

Jan-Feb 2019 Lumber Lowdown | M. Bohlke Lumber new arrivals include beautiful, highly figured Purple Heart live-edge slabs & boules. The Purple Heart slabs will be priced and ready for purchase very soon! Along with Purple Heart products, we are also spotlighting our Tigerwood slabs and square edge lumber, as well as a very...

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January 9, 2019

New Purple Heart slabs have been dried and graded at M. Bohlke Lumber. Sometimes called Amaranth, this hardwood is tremendously popular for furniture and designs that call for a unique splash of color. Another characteristic of Purple Heart is its strength. Used in applications where strength is important, this wood is for both form...

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November 20, 2017

(M. Bohlke Corp. facilities located in Fairfield, Ohio) Fairfield-Ohio / Rietberg (Germany), in October 2017 – “Our strategy is to make sure that we always have a technical head start,” says Manfred Bohlke. Manfred is the founder and President of the successful American company, M. Bohlke Veneer Corp. Today, the company is investing even...

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May 1, 2017

Continuing Growth | Last month, M. Bohlke Corp. saw the completion of our new lumber warehouse. Construction began September 2016. At 75,000 square feet, there is plenty of room to store our growing imported hardwood inventory. It will also house a vacuum dry kiln, a 55-inch bandsaw, a resaw edger, and an 18-foot slab...

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June 28, 2016

50 Years in Business | 2016 marks a big year for M. Bohlke Corp. – we are proud to be celebrating our 50th year in business! Our company was founded in March 1966 by President Manfred Bohlke. Mr. Bohlke’s first glimpse into the North American wood veneer industry began in the early 1960’s. He...

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