Timber Wolf Forest Products, a family-based company based in Hudson, North Carolina, recently celebrated being in business for 20 years by hosting a buffet lunch and tour of their facility featuring demonstrations of its newly acquired Pade 5 axis Mill 7 CNC router.
The celebration included company employees, Caldwell County and Western Piedmont Council of Government officials, representatives from the Town of Hudson and Representative Mark Meadows of North Carolina. These officials worked with founders Randy and Rita Roper, along with their children Madison and Hollie, to help them procure a Community Development Block Grant to assist in the purchase of the Pade 5 axis Mill 7 CNC router.
“(The router) really refocused us as what our future would look like,” said Madison Roper, Timber Wolf’s owner, along with his sister, Hollie. “It has been a game-changer for us.”
Caldwell County Economic Development Commission Executive Director Deborah Murray said the success of Timber Wolf puts to rest any notion of the demise of the furniture and wood products industries in the county.
“It is alive and doing well,” Murray said.
We at Pade USA are proud to have been a part of this wonderful celebration and look forward to helping Timber Wolf and other companies step into a bright future.