Milan Lumber Company Announces Modernization Plans to Start in April

Milan Lumber Company, LLC, located in Milan, New Hampshire, has announced a $10 – $12 million dollar modernization plan that will make the plant safer, more efficient and hopefully more profitable. The company plans on commencing work in April, and that work will include the revamping of the planning mill and getting an additional drying kiln in operation by the fall. Milan Lumber is a recognized provider of eastern spruce, balsam fir and Norway spruce to customers in the Eastern United States, Canada, and, most recently, Texas. The mill is owned and operated by the Richard Carrier Group of Skowhegan, Maine.

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Wood work: Milan Lumber Co. plans to invest up to $12 million to modernize mill