Why Nashville?

Why Nashville?

A Centralized Location

With nearly one-third of U.S. Forested Land, the Southern States produce over $100 billion in forest products. The region is the first-choice resource for an affordable supply of sustainable wood products with a variety of species, year-long harvesting and over 1,600 mills.

Nashville, TN is positioned in the middle of America’s wood basket. The US South and Eastern US hardwood represent 42% of the North American lumber manufactured.

On the Road Again

Easy driving distance from 35% of SYP Sawmills and 73% of Hardwood Sawmills or a 4-hour drive from more than half of Southern sawmills.

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Nashville on the map

Nashville International Airport


Nashville International Airport (BNA) serves a a gateway to the Music City and beyond.

With 22 airlines and 585 daily flights, the airport serves a a hub for Southwest Airlines, connecting travelers from 23 cities in the lumber producing region. Southwest's 96 nonstop flights make it an easy desitnation to reach without changing planes.

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