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UPCOMING TRADE SHOWS

A few times every year, we venture out from beautiful Gold Hill, Oregon to jet around the country for industry trade shows. Listed below are where you can meet up with SWEED representatives to discuss your company’s recycling or material handling solutions.

April 15, 2024

ISRI

The largest recycled materials industry event in the world is heading back to fabulous Las Vegas! Registration is now open. ISRI2024 returns to the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino bringing together over 6,000 industry professionals. For four days the recycling community will come together to sharpen their skills, gain knowledge, build relationships, grow their businesses, and celebrate each other!

June 25, 2024

ISRI Gulf Coast Show

ISRI’s Gulf Coast Show will be held June 25-28, 2024, in Austin, TX. The Gulf Coast Region regularly has one of the largest tradeshows among ISRI’s chapter and region affiliates. Here’s your chance to network among your peers, and meet the SWEED team in person!

September 17, 2024

Scrap Expo

Scrap Expo is a unique event designed especially for scrap metal dealers & processors, auto dismantlers and others handling and preparing ferrous and nonferrous scrap. It’s a hands-on event that allows attendees to jump in and operate equipment and see live demonstrations. You’ll get to grab the joystick and feel how the equipment responds. Move, cut and prepare scrap in real time. See live demonstrations of baling, logging and shearing equipment. There is nothing like the real thing! Separately, the event will be full of technical training sessions covering machine maintenance and operation. There will also be informative sessions like scrap identification classes. Join SWEED this year at the Scrap Expo on September 17-18, 2024, in Louisville, KY!

September 28, 2024

EWTA Info Fair

EWTA’s Info Fair is a supplier exhibition, held in conjunction with APA – The Engineered Wood Association’s annual meeting and provides excellent networking opportunities within the engineered wood products industry. Save the dates: September 28-October 2, 2024, in San Antonio, TX. We hope to see you there!

November 19, 2024

ISRI Southeast Region Convention

Join SWEED at ISRI’s Southeast Region 2024 Fall Conference & Tradeshow, November 19 – 22 in Charlotte, NC!

March 14, 2024

PELICE

Join SWEED at the ninth Panel & Engineered Lumber International Conference & Expo in Atlanta, Georgia! PELICE is the educational event for the worldwide wood products industries including veneer, plywood, OSB, MDF, particleboard, engineered wood products, mass timber and value added. Stop by SWEED’s booth and learn how we can elevate your production processes with our line of wood product handling equipment, designed to keep products moving to help mills achieve higher production goals with less downtime.

October 25, 2024

Timber Processing and Energy Expo

Join SWEED for the Timber Processing and Energy Expo (TP&EE) on September 25-27, 2024, at the Portland Exposition Center. Hosted by Hatton-Brown Expositions LLC, this biennial event, a fixture since 2012, attracts over 1,200 representatives from 112 wood product companies. The 2022 show featured 170 exhibitor companies in a packed Hall E, with a notable uptick in participation from veneer, plywood, and EWP industries. Don’t miss the 2024 TP&EE—a dynamic hub for cutting-edge technologies, industry connections, and insights.

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Our History

It all started with an imported gang saw. After WWII, three brothers from Germany migrated to the United States and built a sawmill on Galls Creek in Gold Hill, Oregon. Dissatisfied with the imported gang saw they were using, they decided they could make a better saw themselves.

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