For over a hundred years the paper plant in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, has been taking energy from the Wisconsin River and combining it with wood pulp turning it into the glossy paper used by U.S. magazines and for high end advertisements.
The small town of Darrington Washington, is soon to be home to the Darrington Wood Innovation Center. The Center will house and attract new wood fiber-based innovation and manufacturing companies.
Additional positive news coming from the housing industry this week, combined with continuing near record low mortgage rates, and an increase in the number of buyers who are actively pursuing the purchase of a new or existing home, provided dealers responding to our Weekly Orders Survey more reasons to remain optimistic about their near-term business activity.
Barron’s, a leading source of financial news, is reporting, what lumber and building materials dealers across North America clearly know; lumber prices rebounded in the second quarter of 2020.