U.S. LBM Holdings has acquired Blevins Building Supply, a building materials distributor with five locations in western North Carolina and one in southern Virginia.
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A new wholesale distribution company—Wildwood Trading Group, Tualatin, Or.—has been formed by president Mike Phillips, ex-Hampton Lumber Sales, and vice presidents of sales Grant Phillips and Kevin Dodds, both previously with Collins Companies.
Composite decking and railing manufacturer Fiberon, New London, N.C., has agreed to be acquired by Fortune Brands, Deerfield, Il., for $470 million.
Demand for U.S. housing is trending steadily upward. One reason for this is shifting demographics. Certain key markets are experiencing a significant influx of new residents, creating immediate demand for housing and opportunities for OSB manufacturers to fine-tune their product mix and market positioning.
Roseburg Forest Products, Springfield, Or., recently published its first verified Environmental Product Declarations, providing standardized and objective information about the lifecycle environmental impact of many of the company’s wood products.
Today, exceeding customer expectations has become increasingly difficult. Customers expect immediate information about their orders, personal engagement, and more.
The building and construction industry is booming—and has been growing steadily since 2011. Much of this growth can be attributed to the residential sector, led primarily by single-family construction, which is projected to see a 9% growth, while multi-family construction, which hit its peak in 2017, is expected to decrease slightly.
Brian Boyd has named president of Manufacturers Reserve Supply, Irvington, N.J., succeeding his father, Stephen Boyd, and completing an eight-year succession plan.
If you’re still categorizing OSB as a commodity or treating it as an afterthought, it’s time to rethink your approach. Thanks to advances in manufacturing, OSB has evolved into a category where dealers can sell panels based on builders’ specific needs, from budget to functionality to labor concerns. Options abound, with some premium panels offering performance like never before.