The wood processing industry actively provides professional training for employees of wood processing enterprises on a regular basis. After the implementation of the natural forest protection project in China, the cutting volume of domestic timber has dropped sharply, which can not meet the needs of domestic economic construction and production. Many wood processing enterprises import a lot of wood from abroad. Many of them are unfamiliar to enterprises.
Due to the lack of knowledge on the identification of imported wood, wood processing enterprises are often cheated when purchasing wood, resulting in serious economic losses. From the perspective of wood science, we should explain the knowledge of wood processing quality for the relevant personnel of wood processing enterprises, so as to improve their understanding of wood processing quality.
The training includes the structure of wood processing, the properties of wood processing, the characteristics and application scope of wood processing, and the requirements of wood processing on the use environment. We should compile popular science books and practical training materials and books on wood processing science, so as to popularize the scientific research results of wood processing to wood processing enterprises.
Professionals engaged in wood processing should always keep in touch with wood processing enterprises, go deep into wood processing enterprises, understand and master the wood processing and production technology problems related to Wood Science in wood processing enterprises, timely solve practical problems in wood processing and production for wood processing enterprises, so as to continuously improve the wood management and wood production level of wood processing enterprises, To enhance the social and economic benefits of wood processing enterprises. In addition, we should actively publicize and popularize the wood science knowledge of imported wood, improve the ability of relevant personnel of wood processing enterprises to identify imported wood, and make rational use of imported wood resources.