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EBPA Japan Representative Position Announcement

Evergreen Building Products Association (EBPA) Japan Representative Position Announcement

Background about the Evergreen Building Products Association The Evergreen Building Products Association (EBPA) is a US-based non-profit building materials association that promotes US building materials, and wood frame building design and technologies, internationally. The association achieves this through regular trade missions to overseas markets.

News

EBPA Japan Mission Connects US Exporters and Japanese Importers, Remodelers, Builders and Architects

Japanese-language US Housing & Building Materials Newspaper

The Evergreen Building Products Association produces and distributes spring and fall issues of the newspaper in Japan. For information about advertising, visit http://x.ep.org/en/programs.

 

International News Briefs Attachments

Trade Data and Newsletter Attachments

International News Briefs

March 2011 International News Briefs
- JAIWIC March 2011 Housing & Import Statistics

Japan Home Show Photos

Photos from the 2009 Japan Home Show

Request Membership Form

To request a membership form or more information about membership, please email Rose Braden, Director, at rbraden@ep.org.

The Source: Events, Opportunities & Information for US Exporters

The Source is a e-newsletter of events and opportunities to hlep US exporters promote their products and learn more about exporting and export markets.

Web Links - Japan

Japan Housing & Building Materials Industry Links

Distinctive Designs - A Showcase of American Building Materials

Design Book CoverEBPA, US-China Build and its cooperators have produced this online version of Distinctive Designs – A Showcase of American Building Materials. Intended to provide Chinese designers and end-users with ideas about how to integrate wood and non-wood U.S. building materials into projects in China, the full-color Chinese-English book highlights the design flexibility of U.S. made building materials in a showcase of innovative residential, commercial and institutional applications.