Abbeville Fiber’s new 50 mmbf mill opened in southeastern Alabama. The mill is affiliated with the Great Southern Wood Preserving […]
Conifex Timber announced that it will shut down its El Dorado, Arkansas mill. Conifex purchased the former Georgia-Pacific mill in […]
Tolko Industries will take two weeks of downtime at its Armstrong lumber, Armstrong plywood and veneer operations in White Valley […]
The Sinclar Group announced the temporary shutdown of three mills for two weeks. Lakeland Mills in Prince George, Nechako Lumber […]
Conifex will temporarily curtail operations at its Mackenzie, BC sawmill for two weeks beginning July 29, 2019 due to weak […]
The near-term outlook for lumber producers in British Columbia could be more dire than previously thought. The industry, already reeling […]
Stimson Lumber Company announced plans to permanently curtail operations at it’s Forest Grove mill by 40%. The company cited the […]
A 4% drop in shipments from Asia pushed total US offshore imports of wood household furniture 3% lower in 2019 Q1, compared with year-ago.
The Census Bureau’s most recent report on sales of new single-family homes provided a breath of fresh air to what had been a sour start to 2019 for stakeholders in the home construction market.
Tolko’s recent announcement of the permanent closure of its Quest Wood sawmill in Quesnel and curtailments at its Kelowna mill will not be the last.