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Doman Building Materials, Vancouver, B.C., is uniting its various divisions under the Doman name.
Hixson Lumber locations will rebrand as Doman Lumber. California Cascade and CanWel Building Materials will be renamed Doman Building Materials. CanWel Fiber will be rebranded as Doman Timber, and Canadian and U.S. West Coast wood treatment facilities will become Doman Treated Wood.
According to Doman, the “strategic decision is driven by our commitment to enhancing the synergy of our activities, fostering unity, and strengthening our market presence.”
The company operates 29 distribution centers, 32 treating facilities, five specialty sawmills, three truss plants, four specialty planing mills, two post and pole peeling facilities, and 109,000 acres of managed forests.
“It’s the way in which we support and serve our customers that makes us who we are. It’s our commitment to their success that makes us valuable. And it’s our supply chain capabilities that makes us Doman,” said CEO Amar Doman.
The new brands are being rolled out gradually. Doman expects “a seamless transition with no disruption to our operations.”
Doman is a vertically integrated global building materials group. We provide quality products to retailers throughout North America. From basic lumber to next-generation products, we streamline the supply of a broad range of quality building materials. Our company continues to grow through acquisition and will continue to do so, as opportunities and markets present themselves. Headquartered in Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada, we operate distribution centers, wood treatment plants, specialty sawmills, planing mills, post-peeling facilities across North America, and private timberlands. This distinctive vertical model empowers us to maintain close relationships with the supply chain, guaranteeing retailers the opportunity to procure high-quality products at highly competitive prices. Doman Building Materials Group Ltd. trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol DBM.