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dc.contributor.author Hartikainen, Timo
dc.date.accessioned 2011-07-28T13:32:51Z
dc.date.available 2011-07-28T13:32:51Z
dc.date.issued 1997
dc.identifier.citation Acta Forestalia Fennica. 1997. 257: 1-93. fi
dc.identifier.issn 0001-5636
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10138/27296
dc.description.abstract The methods of secondary wood processing are assumed to evolve over time and to affect the requirements set for the wood material and its suppliers. The study aimed at analysing the industrial operating modes applied by joinery and furniture manufacturers as sawnwood users. Industrial operating mode was defined as a pattern of important decisions and actions taken by a company which describes the company's level of adjustment in the late-industrial transition. A non-probabilistic sample of 127 companies was interviewed, including companies from Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, and Finland. Fifty-two of the firms were furniture manufacturers and the other 75 were producing windows and doors. Variables related to business philosophy, production operations, and supplier choice criteria were measured and used as a basis for a customer typology; variables related to wood usage and perceived sawmill performance were measured to be used to profile the customer types. Factor analysis was used to determine the latent dimensions of industrial operating mode. Canonical correlations analysis was applied in developing the final base for classifying the observations. Non-hierarchical cluster analysis was employed to build a five-group typology of secondary wood processing firms; these ranged from traditional mass producers to late-industrial flexible manufacturers. There is a clear connection between the amount of late-industrial elements in a company and the share of special and customised sawnwood it uses. Those joinery or furniture manufacturers that are more late-industrial also are likely to use more component-type wood material and to appreciate customer-oriented technical precision. The results show that the change is towards the use of late-industrial sawnwood materials and late-industrial supplier relationships. fi
dc.language.iso en fi
dc.publisher The Society of Forestry in Finland - The Finnish Forest Research Institute fi
dc.subject sahateollisuus fi
dc.subject puuteollisuus fi
dc.subject puusepänteollisuus fi
dc.subject puurakenteet fi
dc.subject huonekaluteollisuus fi
dc.subject industrial operating mode, late-industrial, post-industrial, joinery, furniture, sawmills fi
dc.title Late-industrial sawmill customers. fi
dc.title.alternative The concept of industrial operating mode and its testing in secondary wood processing industry. fi
dc.type Artikkeli fi
dc.identifier.laitoskoodi SMS fi

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