Conifex Timber Inc. announced on Friday (8-20-21) that it will be temporarily curtailing production at their Mackenzie, British Columbia, Canada sawmill for two weeks, starting on Monday, August 23, 2021. The bioenergy operations will remain uninterrupted.
In a statement, Ken Shields, Chairman and CEO of Conifex Timber Inc. said, “A combination of record high delivered log costs and the unprecedented collapse in lumber prices has necessitated a temporary curtailment for two weeks. We regret the impact this may have on our employees, their families and the community.”
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Conifex Temporarily Curtailing Mackenzie Lumber Production