Roseburg Forest Products, Springfield, Or., has agreed to purchase the assets of PotlatchDeltic Corp. subsidiary Del-Tin Fiber LLC, including its MDF plant in El Dorado, Ar.
Pacific Lumber Inspection Bureau and West Coast Lumber Inspection Bureau have voted to merge. The deal was set to close Jan. 1, 2019.
Freres Lumber Co., Lyons, Or., made the final shipment of its new, patented Mass Plywood Panel (MPP) to Oregon State University for use in the construction of the new A.A. “Red” Emmerson Advanced Wood Products Laboratory.
Gascoigne Lumber is moving into new quarters in Everett, Wa., after a four-alarm fire caused more than $4 million to its longtime home in the Queen Anne area of Seattle.
Benjamin Obdyke is launching wide-width sizes for its HydroGap drainable housewrap designed for production builders and other large volume projects.
The AZEK Co. has relocated from Skokie, Il., to a new headquarters and training center in Chicago.
Western Forest Products, Vancouver, B.C., has agreed to acquire the assets of Columbia Vista Corp., Vancouver, Wa., for $30.5 million, including working capital of $6.7 million.
Kellogg Supply, of Manteo, sited on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, is a family-owned operation serving customers since 1946.
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Alexander Lumber Co., Aurora, Il., is closing seven of its lumberyards in central and western Illinois, reducing the chain to 12 yards and two truss plants.
Buy Ipe Direct, Greenwood, S.C., has been acquired by a competing online direct-to-consumer wholesaler of exotic hardwoods, Ipe Woods USA, Salt Lake City, Ut.
Homewood Holdings LLC, a division of Building Industry Partners, has acquired the assets of Eagle Creek Siding, Olympia, Wa., and Mud Bay Manufacturing from their longtime owners, Jon Hunter and Scott Kramer.
What’s old is new again. That appears to be the roofing color mantra for 2019.
In 2018, the federal government had fewer than average laws passed that impact labor and employment law. This was due to focus on other areas as well as political gridlock.