New Orleans, LA – Robinson Lumber Company recently announced that the second of the fifth generation of Robinsons, Charles Wesley Robinson, IV, has joined the family business as a member of the Tropical Hardwoods Department team.
The son of C. W. “Toto” Robinson III, Wesley graduated from The Marin School in Sausalito, California and earned a BS degree from Chapman University, Orange, California, after which he spent two years with Jimmy Whittington Lumber Company, Memphis, Tennessee. Wesley and his wife, Werner, were married in early 2014 and are looking forward to moving to New Orleans.
Founded by Charles Wesley Robinson in 1893, Robinson Lumber Company offers many domestic and exotic species including Red and White Oak, Ash, Sassafras, Walnut, Hickory-Pecan, Genuine Mahogany, Jatoba, Ipe, Muiracatiara, Cumaru, Andiroba, Cabreuva, Spanish Cedar, Canary Wood, Muirapiranga, Purpleheart, Tatjuba, Tauari, Angelim Pedra, Angelim Vermelho, African Mahogany, Sapele, Makore, Utilie, Wenge, Honduras Pine, Southern Yellow Pine, and reclaimed Heart Pine.
Robinson Lumber Company is Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Chain-of-Custody certified and is a member of the National Hardwood Lumber Association (NHLA), American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC), Mississippi Lumber Manufacturers Association (MLMA), International Wood Products Association (IWPA), International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO), Southern Forest Products Association (SFPA), Southern Lumber Exporters Association (SLEA), National Wood Flooring Association (NWFA), and the Tropical Forest Foundation. For more