Shuqualak Lumber Company, located in Shuqualak Mississippi, Planer Mill Division suffered a catastrophic fire on Monday (12-26-22) which destroyed one […]
Tolko Industries announced on Wednesday, (12-28-22) that as of January 2, 2023, its Soda Creek and Armstrong Lumber operations will […]
Chantier Chibougamau announced today that it has entered into an agreement with GreenFirst Forest Products to acquire all of the company’s Quebec operations, namely the La Sarre and Béarn sawmills and related forestry operations. GreenFirst has owned these mills since August 2021.
Martco LLC, a subsidiary of Martin Sustainable Resources LLC, the parent company of RoyOMartin, announced on Friday that it will invest $9.5 million to install technologically advanced production equipment at its Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana, lumber mill.
According to the Merritt Herald, Aspen Planers, which is locally owned by Surrey-based AP Group, has temporarily shut down their Merritt operations, closing two work sites in the Nicola Valley due to a lack of steady log supply.
The office of North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper announced on Tuesday that Sumitomo Forestry America plans to invest approximately $19.5 million in a new 120,000 square-foot building in Archdale, NC. The facility will produce building materials used in residential and commercial projects.
Canfor on Monday announced that due to very weak market conditions, it will be temporarily reducing production through curtailments at all of its solid wood facilities in British Columbia and Alberta. They will begin December 19th and remove approximately 150 million board feet of production in December and January.
Twin Rivers Paper Company announced on Friday that it had reached a definitive agreement to sell its softwood lumber mill located in Plaster Rock, New Brunswick, to eastern Canadian lumber manufacturer and North American forest products company Groupe Lebel.
Statistics Canada reported today that lumber production increased 1.9% from August 2022 to 4,341.8 thousand cubic meters in September. However, production was down year-over-year by 6.1%.
Interfor Corporation announced on Wednesday that it has completed the previously announced transaction to acquire 100% of the equity interests in the entities comprising Chaleur Forest Products in New Brunswick, Canada, from an affiliate of the Kilmer Group.