Food Pantry Receives Major Donation from Cormark International

posted in: Community News | 0

The Sandy Mush Food Pantry is excited to announce a major donation, in the amount of $1,000 dollars, from Cormark International.  Owners, Laura and Fabs Corte, run the 27 year old South African based, family owned business at 179 Reems Creek Road, Weaverville, NC. Their company supplies national chains, hardwood lumber stores and catalog companies with exotic hardwoods as lumber, logs, slabs, veneers, and related products. They also stock high-demand species such as Kiaat, Ebony, Mahogany, Teak, Rosewood, and Merbau. Due to their flexibility and industry contacts they are able to source most exotic and domestic woods and offer them at competitive prices.

They also offer an ever-expanding line of retail products and finished items, including woodturning blanks for pens, wine stoppers and pepper mills, chef’s quality hardwood cutting boards, plus thin stock, dowels, dimension stock, slabs, and one-of-a-kind pieces for all woodworking and woodturning enthusiasts.

Sustainability and sound reforestation programs are the key factor to their organization. They have a strong commitment to the environmental issues that face their industry and will only purchase from reputable and environmentally sound saw milling groups. They have through the years managed to build up long lasting relationships with saw milling groups that have a strong environmental, social and humanitarian obligation to the areas and communities they work in. Visit Cormark International’s website at www.cormarkint.com.

Cormark Logo

Leave a Reply