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PWT Acquiring LP’s EWP

Pacific Woodtech Corp., Burlington, Wa., has acquired Louisiana-Pacific’s Engineered Wood Products division for $210 million.

Hybrid Jobsite Fan

RIDGID’s new R860721 18V Hybrid Jobsite Fan is 40% more powerful than its predecessor, while delivering airflow at extra-quiet levels.

ProWood Simplifies Product Designations

ProWood, a leading national brand of pressure-treated lumber, has introduced new product designations as well as new lumber end tags and unit placards to help consumers select the best lumber for their outdoor living project. 

Southeast Building Supply Interests Enters Tennessee

Wallace Building Supply, Clarksville, Tn., has been acquired by Southeast Building Supply Interests, a division of Building Industry Partners.

Hardwood Dealer Expands in Arizona

Woodworkers Source, a division of the MacBeath Hardwood Co., has expanded into a new warehouse facility located west of Phoenix’s downtown district.  

Boise Cascade Buying Coastal Plywood

Boise Cascade Co., Boise, Id., has reached an agreement to acquire Coastal Plywood Co. from Coastal Forest Resources Co. for $512 million.

Evaluating a Tech Partner? Swap Your RFP for an RFI

At some point or another, businesses find themselves evaluating potential software partners.

Charge & Swap

The new RYOBI USB Lithium Screwdriver Kit features a removable battery that is interchangeable among the USB Lithium family of tools. 

Drive Sales and Sustainability with Southern Pine

The world is changing faster than ever, and the built environment has the potential to play a critical role in climate change solutions.

Orgill: Focusing on Making Its Customers Successful for 175 Years

This year, Orgill, Inc.—the world’s largest independent hardlines distributor—is celebrating its 175th anniversary, a milestone few companies reach and one typically associated with a smaller business that peaked decades earlier.

Breaking Up “Scar Tissue” from COVID

There’s no question that building materials, after the initial chaos of the COVID-19 pandemic, bounced back strong and has flourished over the last couple of years.

Rapid-Fire Hammer

Maze Nails is now distributing the Deliverance Powered Safety Hammer, including the “Mini-Jack Hammer Model MJH-A1,” which reportedly makes driving nails safer, easier and more accurate.