TM Global renamed Taylor Maxwell Hardwood

1st Apr 2021

TM Global renamed Taylor Maxwell Hardwood

On 1 April 2021, TM Global revised its trading name to Taylor Maxwell Hardwood. This update better represents the heritage of the Hardwood division within the Taylor Maxwell Group and offers a clearer understanding to our customers about our available product ranges and specialist knowledge that our sales team can provide.

The new name also coincides with separating the softwood products into the core Timber business, allowing Taylor Maxwell Hardwood to focus mainly (but not exclusively) on three core product ranges:

- Fresh Sawn Oak Beams
- Kiln Dried European
- American White Oak

- European Engineered Oak Flooring

- Oak Sleepers
- Reclaimed Sleepers
- Gate Kits
- Fence Panels
- Trellis’

Am Wh Oak Rustic Sawn 4

Through our long-term relationships with sawmills and suppliers, Taylor Maxwell Hardwood have gained a reputation for excellence as specialist importers of European Oak. With access to a range of FSC® and PEFC® certified kiln-dried oak and other hardwoods, we offer consistently high quality in all grades from rustic through to prime.

Whether you are a timber merchant, manufacturer or oak frame housebuilder, we’ll ensure you continue to receive the hardwood products you need delivered direct and from our Bristol stock site. Our hardwood products can be tailored precisely to our customers’ specifications, honouring our commitment to quality, service and communication at all times.

For more information or to discuss a new enquiry, please get in contact with the Hardwood team by calling 0117 974 3980 or email

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