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January/February 2011 Page 33softwood forest products’ stock exchangeIdaho Timber of FloridaLake City, FloridaSPF Dimension2X2 R/L2x4 - 2x12 – up to 24’, All Grades2x4 & 2x6 92 5/8” to 10’, Stud Grade/#2PET 92 5/8 & 104 5/8 Util. Studs/#27x9-8’ #1 and #2 GradeUsed-Treated Railroad TiesCONTACT: Rusty, Glen, Waymon or Doug(386) 755-5555 or (800) 523-4768Sagebrush SalesAlbuquerque, New Mexico2x4 – 2x12 SPF, HF & PP (All Grades)Studs, SPF, HF All Trims2x2 – 8’ - 16’ Furring StripsBoards & Whitewoods 1x4 – 1x12 (All Grades)SYP Plywood, hardboard & fiber cement sidingFire retardant lumber and plywoodGlulams/Engineered Joists/LVLOSB All Thickness/Railroad TiesManufacturing & Full Line DistributionCONTACT: Mike, Bret, Victor, Randy or Phil(505) 877-7331 Fax: (800) 444-7990IDAHO TIMBERBoise, IdahoTel.: (208) 377-3000FAX: (208) 378-9449www.idahotimber.comManufacturers of Eastern White Pine.1x8 Std S4S or Pattern6/4x8 Premium Log Siding5/4 D&Btr SelectEastern White Pine C-Sel 5/4 SelDiPrizio Pine SalesRoute 153 & King’s Hwy.Middleton, N.H. 03887603-473-2314 1-888-330-8467Fax: 603-473-8531WESTERN RED CEDAR-Decking-Timbers-Balusters-Fence boards rails and posts-Pallet stockDOUGLAS FIR-Timbers-ClearsMid Valley Lumber Specialties Ltd.Phone: 604-856-6072Fax: 604-856-6043sales@midvalleylbr.comwww.midvalleylbr.comTM1122 Hwy. 2 • Oldtown, Idaho(208) 437-0653 • FAX (208) 437-0579Western Red Cedar Kiln-Dried ProductsSiding - Pro Select Knotty - Plain Bevel11/16” x 6” & 8”3/4” x 6”, 8” & 10”Siding - Pro Select Knotty - Rabbeted Bevel3/4” x 6” & 8”5/4” x 6”, 8” & 10”Pattern Stock - Pro Select KnottyWP-4 11/16” x 8”WP-11 11/16” x 8”WP-105 11/16” x 6” 8” & 10”WC-200 2” x 6” & 8”Channel - 11/16” x 6” & 8”Fascia - Pro Select Knotty - No Hole5/4” x 4”, 6”, 8” 10” x 12”Fascia - Pro Select Knotty - No Hole - S1S2E5/4” x 12”Boards -D&Btr - S1S2E7/8” x 4”, 6”, 8”, 10” & 12”Boards -3&Btr - S1S2E7/8” x 4”, 6”, 8”, 10” & 12”Boards - #4 - S1S2E7/8” x 4”, 6”, 8”, 10” & 12”Contact: Terry Baker, Sales Mgr.Ron Cluster, Lance Hubener(800) 488-2726Eastern White PineAmerica’s LargestEastern White Pine ProducerManufacturing 4/4 Boards S4S, S1S2E, Roughand pattern in 4” through 12”Manufacturing all NELMA Grades which include:C SelectD SelectDBTR SelectFinishPremiumStandardIndustrialShopCut StockTimbersHancock Lumber operates 3 SFI/FSCCertified Sawmills in Maine and can produce toyour needsPLEASE CONTACT:MATT DUPREY AT 207-627-6113JACK BOWEN AT 207-627-6115P.O. Box 299 • 1260 Poland Spring RdCasco, ME 04015Sales Fax: (207) 627-4200To learn more about us visit ourwebsite at:www.hancocklumber.comWestern Red Cedar• Knotty Bevels• Channels• Timbers• Rough Dimension• Boards• Balusters• Posts• DeckingContact:Carlos Furtado at carlos@sawarne.comRyan Furtado at ryan@sawarne.comSawarne LumberRichmond, B.C.phone: 888-729-2763 • fax: 604-324-5022www.sawarne.com


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Page 38FREEMAN -Continued from page 37service handle the logistics ofFreemans lumber products.Richard and Charles attribute thesuccess of Freeman Lumber to theiremployees and being a progressivecompany in a competitive market. “Weare a progressive company in that wecontinue to update our mill so it’s efficientand we’re getting excellentrecovery,” Charles explained. “Peoplehave asked us how we manage abusiness this well with just two peopleat the helm, and I tell them it’sbecause we’re not just ‘two’ peoplerunning this operation. We rely on a lotof good people and our successbelongs to our people.”By 1992 they had installed the company’sfirst dry kilns. Today they operatetwo boilers with a million boardfeet of lumber capacity per charge.In 1999 the Freeman’s literally rebuilttheir business from the ground up.“Our first move was installing a 10-footcurved sawing line in 1999,” Richardsaid. “At that point we were reallyfocused on stud production and shortlyafter we began a series of projectsin that mill which involved the introductionof the bin sorter, an optimizedboard edger and later we installed atrimmer. We completely rebuilt ourplaner mill with a linear optimizer anda 20-bin sorter so that we can nowhandle both studs and random lumberin that processing facility. We alsoinstalled a moulding plant with an 8-head precision moulder; trim line,stacker and other lumber handlingequipment. Then in 2007 we com-pletely renovated our random logsawmill. So we’ve put a lot of work intobecoming efficient and maximizingour recovery.”The equipment at Freeman includesthree primary breakdown lines.“Because we are a White Pinesawmill, we still run a Cardinal carriage.We have a thin kerf double-cutband on it. Our stud line is a ComacDDM6, which is like a small sawmill ina box—it’s a curve sawing line. Ourmain primary breakdown line is aComact OLI with a transverse fed fullyoptimized Shurman gang edgerbehind it. We have one Comact andone by PHL optimized board edgers,and two bin sorters. The technologywe have in place coupled with ourskilled labor force gives us the abilityto produce 75 million feet a year.”Charles said they also have a transversemoisture meter, “so our customerscan be assured we have goodconsistency in our drying process. Ourtarget is 10 to 12 percent moisturecontent.”Freeman Lumber has three foresttechnicians on its staff and is committedto providing their customers withwood products harvested from sustainablymanaged forests. To obtainthis, the firm has established a Chainof-Custodysystem that provides a linkbetween certified forest and the rawmaterials used in their manufacturingprocesses. Forest StewardshipCouncil (FSC) and SustainableForestry Initiative (SFI) certified,Richard said, “We are currentlyinvolved in a project that we expectwill lead to the FSC certification of ourwoodlands as well.”Harry Freeman & Son Limited is amember of the Maritime LumberBureau, Forest Products Associationof Nova Scotia, and the WoodProducts Manufacturers Associationof Nova Scotia. Richard Freeman iscurrently president of the ForestProducts Association of Nova Scotiaand past chair of the Maritime LumberBureau. Certified to North EasternLumber Manufacturers Association(NELMA) standards, the companyalso obtained certification by theInternational Organization forStandardization (ISO 9001). For moreinformation visit www.freemanlumber.comor contact 902-685-2792.•MIDWEST TRENDS -Continued from page 8for a positive year in 2011. “I thinkthings are going to continue toimprove. The demand for Softwoodwill start to pick up and prices shouldbegin to improve by spring.”A source in Kansas, which servestreating plants, secondary manufacturers,domestic and internationalwholesalers and home centers alsosaid fuel prices have climbed dramaticallyin recent weeks. “We expect tosee oil prices continue to rise as thevalue of the dollar continues todecline while the government continuesto attempt to stimulate the economythrough increasing the moneysupply,” he said. “Other issues importantto our industry right now are systemicrelative to the general economysuch as bank credit and job availability.With these tight reins on credit,and the job market getting tougher,The Softwood Forest Products Buyerconstruction will be on hold for a longtime.“Industrial products seem to be movingbetter than others,” he explained.“New construction is down historicallyin this area.”Looking into the year ahead, he said,“Barring any catastrophic eventsaffecting our national economy orsecurity, we expect to see the tidechange for our industry with mildimprovement throughout 2011.”Another source in Kansas said pricesrecently pushed higher in response tosupply-side issues and marginallystronger demand. “Log shortageshave been approaching sinceNovember. Some of the holiday shutdownsleft some mills with little tooffer.”Like others in the region, theSoftwood supplier said transportationavailability is an ongoing challenge.“We’ve lost a lot of mills and a lot ofthe truckers too. Rates are naturallygoing to be higher because availabilityis low.”For the year ahead, the MidwesternSoftwood supplier is optimistic butguarded. “In normal times we shouldsee a seasonal pick up by the spring.But we haven’t seen ‘normal’ times intwo years.”•BLUE BOOK -Continued from page 17member is both easy and relativelyinexpensive. Interested companiescan simply call 630-668-3500.Memberships are for one full-year andContinued on page 39Western Red Cedar is the Best and the BestWestern Red Cedar comes from Mill & Timber!At Mill & Timber wemill our logs at oursawmills in PortMoody and Surrey,B.C. and we finish ourlumber at our plant inRichmond. We’ve gotthe resources andcontinuity few Cedar suppliers can offer. With theseasoned experience of our sales team, and our skilled and fully certifiedproduction staff, Mill & Timber is your source for reliable service and thehighest quality Western Red Cedar products.Contact: Jim Dunse, Berny Power or Sid Sigfussonill & Timber Products12770 - 116th Ave. • Surrey, BC V3V 7H9Ph: 604-580-2781 • Fax: 604-580-3646


January/February 2011 Page 39BLUE BOOK -Continued from page 38Blue Book Online Member Landing Pagetwo subscription options are available.Both include the complete suite ofinformation, reports and tools, with theprimary difference being the numberof authorized users (2 or 5). Lumberprofessionals can join for around $500(U.S.) because of limited time discountspresently available.“The membership pays for itself withinthe first few times it’s accessed,”Carr explained. “If you save yourselffrom just one bad account, you’vepaid your membership ten times over.”“Most companies will relate the BlueBook to the old Lumbermen’s RedBook,” Executive Vice President JimBartelson explained. “Once they makethat connection, the light bulb goesoff. Of course there are some hugedifferences in the Blue Book and theold Red Book, one of them being thedepth of data, the ability to pull creditreports or business reports withEquifax information and then theaccounts receivable aging data is ahuge value to those companies lookingfor credit information on how acompany pays their bills. Also we’veattended and participated in industryconventions including theSoutheastern Lumbermen’sAssociation, the Mississippi LumberManufacturers Association, BritishColumbia Wholesale LumberAssociation, and recently, the NationalHardwood Lumber Association. We’veBlue Book Online Home Pageheard from many companies thatwe’ve spoken with at these meetingsand conventions that are so thankfulto have another service out there thathas replaced the Red Book. We saw avoid and a need and we’re workingtogether with the industry to fill it.”Subscribers (or members) are currentlybenefiting from this listing datain two important ways through BlueBook Online Services (BBOS).Members can use BBOS to convenientlyand cost effectively search,sort, and review listings, of individualcompanies or entire market segments.Beyond that, users can savesearches (for future use), record pri-Blue Book Services' corporate headquarters islocated in Carol Stream, Ill.vate notes on companies, or createcustom lists to closely monitor newcustomers or high-risk accounts.“Blue Book information and reportsare currently assisting lumber companies—everyday—inmaking safe andprofitable business decisions,” summarizedCarr, “and we encouragethose not yet taking advantage tolearn more by requesting a free introductorywebinar.”The developing partnership with thelumber industry serves as the solidfoundation through which Blue Book isable to deliver value back to currentand future lumber members. Carrexplained, “We work ‘hand-in-glove’with the fresh produce trade and theconsistent result is accurate, timely,and reliable information. Thankfully,we are seeing the same working relationshipdevelop with the lumberindustry.”“For example, an ever increasingnumber of lumber companies—frommills to secondary manufacturers towholesalers—are routinely submittingtheir accounts receivable aging information,”Bartelson said. Displayed inBlue Book business reports (fromunspecified sources), the expandingamount of A/R aging information isanother important tool to evaluatecredit risk. “In a challenging economy—whereevery dime counts—thisis real tangible benefit.”For companies now considering submittingtheir A/R aging data, BlueBook Services understands the challengesof multiple priorities andresource limitations. Fortunately,today’s technology makes it rathereasy to safely submit A/R aging datain standard formats. In fact, companiesusing accounting applicationssuch as DMSi Agility software orWoodPro software will find it a realsnap because of the special utilitybuilt right into it.The combination—of a powerful lumberindustry database teamed withcurrent credit data—cannot be foundelsewhere. This fact is one reason whyBlue Book Services is one of theNorth American Wholesale LumberAssociation’s (NAWLA’s) “recommendedand approved serviceproviders.”BBOS was first launched at NAWLA’s2009 Traders Market and severalproduct innovations were introducedat the 2010 convention recently heldin Chicago.“The enthusiastic industryresponse—in the form of verified listings,more subscribers, and increaseddata—confirms Blue Book is on theright path,” concluded Carr, “We areproud to be working closely with lumberprofessionals to develop a best-inclasscredit rating resource which willreliably serve member companies andstrengthen the industry.”•


Page 40The Softwood Forest Products Buyer• Carlos Furtado • Ryan FurtadoQuality Western2x4 RAILS in 8-10’ bothrough and surfacedCedar 4x4 POSTS in4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9and 10’ lengthswww.sawarne.comCedar Products1x4 BOARDS in 4, 5and 6’ lengthsCedarPICKETS2x2 clear cedarBALUSTERS in 32” - 36” -42” - 48” - 96”4418 NE Keller Rd., Roseburg, OR 97470 • FAX (541)-672-5676Dan Keller, Sales Manager • (541) 672-6528SFPA -Continued from page 21izations in attendance here at theMansion on Forsythy Park. “I thought itwas one of our best, considering theeconomy,” said SFPA PresidentDigges Morgan.Roundtable discussions were heldconcerning Southern Pine Councilcommittee activities, Expo and membership,as well as a building professionalspanel composed of a builder,an architect and a lumber dealer.SFPA reported that “education, designtools and personal contact are the keyways to encourage buildersand designers to rely on raised woodfloor foundations rather than concreteslabs,” according to participants in aBuilding Professionals Panel at theAnnual Meeting.Panel participant Andy Chambers,who has 20 years experience in thehomebuilding industry in theJacksonville, Fla., area, joined BobEsposito, a designer in theJacksonville area with 25 years experiencein residential architecture, andRay Gaster, president of GasterLumber and Hardware in Savannah,Ga.SFPA reported that regarding generalpromotion of Southern Pine products,Ray suggested the industry focuson quality. Ray also recommendedSFPA member companies offer SFPAtechnical publications at their exhibitsat trade shows for dealers and distributors.SFPA reported that much of theBuilding Systems Committee’s discussioncentered on how to increase theuse of wood in nonresidential structuresand what types of tools andinformation might help encouragearchitects and structural engineers todesign with wood. Bob Browder withthe Southern Pine Inspection Bureauaddressed the group as well.The Special Products Committee discussedthe remodeling market andSFPA noted it wants to increase marketingand communication efforts withwomen, significant decision-makersregarding the products and stylesused in remodeling projects. TheInternational Committee was updatedon a new website designed to supportSouthern Pine in internationalmarkets and also reviewed the association’sstrategic plan for internationalmarket development. The website willbe launched later this year, accordingto the association.SFPA attendees at a roundtable onmembership discussed ways to helprecruit new members for the organization.SFPA has set the seminar programat Expo 2011 next year inAtlanta, which was a main topic of discussionat this year’s Expo Committeeroundtable.The SFPA also elected a new slateof officers. They are ChairmanJoe Patton, Westervelt Lumber,Tuscaloosa, Ala.; Vice Chairman FritzMason, Georgia-Pacific LLC, Atlanta,Ga.; and Treasurer Tom Rice, ConnerIndustries, Fort Worth, Texas. PatrickHarrigan of Harrigan Lumber Co.,Monroeville, Ala., will serve as immediatepast chairman.For more information about SFPA, goonline to www.sfpa.org. SFPA officesare located in Kenner, La.•PWLA -Continued from page 23Year at the recent Christmas luncheonat the Embassy Suites Hotelhere, hosted by the PortlandWholesale Lumber Association(PWLA).The PWLA began in the early 1920sso industry members could gatherand discuss lumber market issues.The annual Christmas luncheon hasbeen honoring a single individual asLumberman of the Year since 1980.For more information about thePWLA, email info@portlandwholesalelumberassociation.org.•WESTERN TRENDS -Continued from page 27because of our overseas markets.”Producing western SPF the contactsaid his price increases are modest.“A weak U.S. dollar will only enhancedemand from export markets andglobal business will remain a majoroffset to weakness in the U.S. Many ofour domestic customers express caution,but we do have a handful that arereporting more confidence for the longhaul.”As we head into 2011, the supplierexpects export markets to increase.He is hopeful for an increase indomestic sales but cautiously so.•NORTHEAST TRENDS -Continued from page 27build up to happen in the early springwith people looking to secure somewood because they are a little worriedabout where it’s going to come from.But as I’ve told many people, you can’tsurvive in the sawmill business unlessyou’re optimistic.”Elsewhere in Connecticut, aSoftwood supplier said, “TheSoftwood market is not bad consideringwhat is going on in the entireindustry. I would say it’s fair. Is it booming?No. Is it in the tank? No. It’sbumping along I think.”Supplying Eastern White Pine,Southern Yellow Pine, Sugar Pine,Western Red Cedar and Douglas Fir,the contact mentioned his customersdon’t order lumber until they are runninglow. “People do not stock anymore.They wait until they are down totheir last board. It’s very hard to getpeople to restock, even when oursalesmen notice that a buyer is out ofa particular item, they mention it tothem and the buyer wants to wait andsee if he gets an order for it first.Regardless of what you’re selling,they buy it when they have an orderfor it.“This lumber is used for architecturalpurposes. It’s not like siding so thehigh-end architectural jobs that thislumber is used for have slowed aswell,” he continued. “Sugar Pine usedto be the number one board that wesold but now it has come way down inpricing, which has made it very competitive.People have switched toEastern White Pine now and they’vekind of just settled in. It should beContinued on page 41


January/February 2011 Page 41NORTHEAST TRENDS -Continued from page 40moving better than it is.”He also mentioned that supply hasnot been an issue. “Nobody is overstocked. Everybody has their logdecks down but we haven’t had anyreal problems getting what we need.”As for inventory levels the contactsaid, “We’ve been trying to tighten upwherever we can. I’d say our inventorylevels are about the same. Our pricesare stable, they may have inched up alittle on select items.”The source said other issues includetransportation rate increases. “I understandthat the truckers aren’t makingbig bucks, but our cost for trailer loadshave really gone up along with availability.We have mills that have beenlate and normally they didn’t have thatproblem and what they’re saying isthey can’t get truckers to pick up theirloads. I don’t know if that’s becausethey’re figuring it to low when theyquote it and then it comes in too highand they keep shopping it or if there isa real shortage of available trucking.They’re not telling us. So trucking isdefinitely an issue, especially here inNew England,” he explained.•ONTARIO/QUEBEC TRENDS -Continued from page 28and for that, you need cash, whichmeans sales, and the sales are notthere,” he said with a rueful laugh.The sales manager at an Ontario millwas a bit more optimistic about thecoming year, even as he acknowledgeda less-than-stellar 2010.“I would say that right now everything isreally slow, but it’s that time of the year,”he said. “But everything looks prettygood, or at least, better for 2011.”He said he foresees increased demandfor softwood because of increasingneed in places like China. He addedthat he believes that with the mill closuresof the past couple of years, thosefacilities that remain will stand a betterchance of building their market share.“There are a lot less mills that will crankup the production, and those that do willbe on limited shifts,” he said. “The supplyand demand is getting moresquared up.“Between the consumption in Chinaand in the North American market, weshould see a steady increase in pricesin 2011 and quite a bit more in 2012,” hepredicted.That forecast would be music to theears of the vice president of sales atone Quebec wholesale facility. His operation,which handles SPF as well asYellow Pine, has seen slightly bettersales this year over 2009.“It’s stable, but there’s nothing greatgoing right now,” he said. “It’s not goingup like crazy. The industry, meaning thehousing market, is not back yet. I thinkpeople are keeping their money in theirpockets and are not buying.”He said he is guardedly optimisticabout 2011.“I wish to say yes, but we’re not thereyet,” he said about success in the comingyear. He said the market still lacksshort term stability. “We need to take itstep by step. It’s not so bad, but it’s notregular. It’s hot and cold all the time.”He said that uncertainty is reflected inevery level of the industry, including withhis customers, who consist mainly oflumberyards, lumber retailers, and timberframers.“What we’re seeing right now with ourcustomers is that they are opening laterthan usual and closing earlier thanusual,” he said. “If they usually open at 7a.m., they’re opening at 9 a.m., and ifthey usually close at 5 p.m., they’reclosing at 3 p.m.”That sentiment was echoed by the generalmanager at another Ontario millthat specializes in wide plank flooring,and which cuts Pine and Fir.“It hasn’t changed much for me,” hesaid of sales in the past year. “Demandis steady.”His company, which sells directly todomestic lumberyards, has beguninvesting in more Internet advertising ina bid to drive up sales. He said hebelieves the industry’s best hope liesacross its southern border.•SOUTH/SOUTHEAST TRENDS -Continued from page 28confidence is still very low.”He added that unless unemploymentrates change, “we’re just not going tosee any improvement. At one point Ihad hoped that we would see a significantimprovement by the secondquarter of 2011, but I’m beginning tothink it could be well into the year oreven into 2012.”Handling a variety of Softwoodspecies, the supplier also mentionedaccounts receivables as a troublespot. “It’s one thing to sell it but anotherthing entirely trying to collect yourmoney on it.”He said his inventory is down 60 percentfrom two years earlier and pricesare holding steady. “We’re seeingsome good prices on Cypress. TheNo. 2 grade prices are up and pricesare down along with demand for theSelect grades.”Transportation rates have been fairlystable he said, however there is ashortage of trucks.For 2011 the contact hopes to at leaststay at the profit levels of 2010.“Hopefully we’ll see a pick up in businessthat we can hang our hat on bythe third quarter.”A Southern Yellow Pine manufacturerin Georgia hopes for a better kick offto 2011 than he experienced in 2010.“Southern Yellow Pine decking wasdepressed late in 2009,” he explained.“Then it went on a good streak thatlasted into the summer of 2010.”Later, he said decking prices droppednearly $350. “The downside of thatwas so extreme, prices reached levelslower than I’ve seen since 1980.”Log supply was also difficult towardsthe end of 2010 according to the manufacturer.“The premium grade logsare hard to find. I’m not sure we’ll seea good set of circumstances for thisyear but I can say that buyers arestocking up already because theprices are so slow.”•PACIFIC WESTERN LUMBER, INC.Two locations to serve your Specialty Lumber NeedsMAIN OFFICE:Lakewood, WA800-232-2132 Fax: 253-581-1343Lake Oswego, OR800-819-4238 Fax: 503-595-0948• Manufacturers and wholesale distributors.• Appearance Douglas Fir & Western RedCedar beams – green or kiln dried.• Milled Log Home patterns, profiles andcants.• Fabricated timber trusses.• Timber frame components.• Lathe turned Douglas Fir/Whitewood/Cedar logs, up to 18”diameter, 8’ to 85’ lengths.• Kiln Dried 4x4 Appearance Grade Hem-Fir & Douglas Fir.• Wood dowels – 2” to 7” diameter.• Agricultural posts, poles and stakes.Visit our website: www.pacwestlumber.com


Page 42Massachusetts ConnecticutVermont800-752-0129 800-468-8220 800-955-2677www.HoodDistribution.comTRADE TALKEddie Smalling Joins Oregon-Canadianʼs Sales TeamNorth Plains, Ore.—Oregon-Canadian Forest Products, basedhere, recently announced the additionof Eddie Smallingto its sales team.Smalling bringsapproximately 20years of experienceas a formertrader for ForestGrove Lumber Co.and North Pacific.A graduate ofCrook CountyHigh School, he isa member of thePortland LumberAssociation and Hoo HooInternational. In his spare time heenjoys playing golf and fishing.Wayne Holm in North Plains, Ore.,founded Oregon-Canadian ForestProducts in 1977. With more than 30years in operation, Oregon-Canadianproduces 2.5 million board feet permonth of Douglas Fir and Hemlockclears and industrial grade Softwoods.The company employs over 140 peopleand includes a 25-acre facility inNorth Plains, a plant in Newberry,S.C., as well as Oregon-CanadianEurope Limited based in Manchester,England.The firm offers a wide selection offorest products from Douglas Fir,Hemlock, and Western Red Cedar toits exclusive Exoro brand tropicalwood decking and rough and industrialhardwoods. For more informationvisit www.ocfp.com.•Kevin Murray Joins Mary’sRiver Lumber Co.Corvallis, Ore.—Mary’s RiverLumber Co., based here, recentlyannounced that Kevin Murray, formerlyof Hoover Treated Wood ProductsInc., has joinedthe sales team.A seasoned trader,Murray previouslyworked withD.R. JohnsonLumber Co.,TreeSourceKevin MurrayEddie SmallingIndustries andW e s t e r nInternationalForest Products.Murray is a graduateof theUniversity of Phoenix where heobtained an MBA. He earned hisbachelor’s degree in Business andForestry at Oregon State University.In his spare time he enjoys fishing,gardening, muscle car restoration,reading, martial arts and college football.Mary’s River Lumber Company manufacturesWestern Red Cedar lumber,boards, siding and decking. Formore information visit www.marysriverlumber.comor contact 541-257-3219.•American Wood Council ElectsPatton As ChairmanWashington, D.C.—The AmericanWood Council (AWC) recentlyappointed Joe Patton of WesterveltLumber In Tuscaloosa, Ala., as chairman.He succeeds Marc Brinkmeyerof Idaho Forest Group who will remainon the board.The American Wood Council (AWC)is the voice of North American traditionaland engineered wood products,representing over 60% of the industry.AWC provides technical, legal, andeconomic information on woodThe Softwood Forest Products Buyerdesign, greenbuilding, and manufacturingenvironmentalregulationsadvocating for balancedgovernmentpolicies that sustainthe woodproducts industry.For more informationvisitwww.awc.org.•Joe PattonMid-State Lumber HostsFall Product FestBranchburg, N.Y.—Mid-StateLumber hosted over 300 Tri-StateRetail Lumber Dealers and NadraContractors at a Fall Product Fest inBranchburg, N.J.Top industry manufacturers displayedproducts and offered productdemonstrations.Vendors included: James Hardie,Gary Bernstein, vice president, operations; DavidBernstein, vice president, finance; New JerseySenator Leonard Lance; Ken Bernstein, vicepresident, marketing, Mid-State Lumber Corp.,Branchburg, N.J.Ken Bernstein, vice president, marketing; RonKaplan Chairman, President and CEO, Trex®,Winchester, Va; David Bernstein, vice presidentfinance, Mid-State Lumber Corp., Branchburg,N.J.Georgia Pacific, Trex, Regal Ideas,Aeratis Porch Flooring, Fraser CedarShingles, Norbord, and BCF Shakesand Shingles.Vendors were active demonstratingand explaining their newest offeringsto the market.The evening also included keynotespeakers, Ron Kaplan, ChiefExecutive Officer of Trex andCongressman Leonard Lance of NewJersey.Among the demonstrations, the Trexrailing and decking bending machinecreated interest and questions.Contractors and dealers realized anopportunity to offer additional flare totheir current Trex programs withoutany additional inventory cost, accordingto a company spokesman.For more information call 908-725-4900.•Garth Williams JoinsIdaho Forest GroupCoeur d’Alene, Idaho—IdahoForest Group recently added GarthWilliams to its team.Formerly of Boise Cascade, Williamswill focus on specialty products as anaccount manager.Idaho Forest Group is headquarteredhere and operates threesawmills in Chilico, Grangeville andMoyie Springs, Idaho.•Western Forest ProductsRebounds With $6.9 Million InProfitVancouver, B.C.—Western ForestProducts Inc., based here, reported a$6.9 million profit in the third quarterof 2010. Bouncing back from a yearContinued on page 43


January/February 2011 Page 43TRADE TALKContinued from page 42earlier, the lumber producer’s revenueincreased by 17 percent.A representative for the firm said theimprovements were largely driven bylower fiber and manufacturing costs,higher sales volumes of logs, lumberand by-products combined with afocus on higher-margin production.The company said that this is partiallyoffset by the negative impact on revenuesdue to the strengthening of theCanadian dollar versus U.S. currencyand by $1.6 million of start-up costs atits sawmill in Ladysmith, B.C.•Potlatch Exec Presented AtREITWorld ConferenceSpokane, Wash.—PotlatchCorporation, located here, recentlyreported that Michael J. Covey, chairman,president and chief executiveofficer and Eric Cremers, vice presidentfinance and chief financial officer,provided a company overview toinvestors at the REITWorldConference in New York City, N.Y.A live audio web cast of the presentationis available via the InvestorResources page of Potlatch’s websiteat www.ir.potlatchcorp.com.Potlatch is a Real Estate InvestmentTrust (REIT), with approximately 1.5million acres of timberland inArkansas, Idaho and Minnesota.•West Fraser AnnouncesManagement AdditionsVancouver, B.C.—West FraserTimber Co. Ltd. recently announcedthe following two additions to the company’ssenior management team aswell as an expansion of the duties ofChris McIver, the company’s vicepresidentof lumber sales.Sean McLaren has been appointedvice president, U.S. lumber operations.McLaren was previously generalmanager, wood products for the company’sU.S. operations. He will continueto be situated at the company’sU.S. regional office in Memphis, Tenn.Peter Rippon has been appointedvice president pulp and energy.Rippon was previously operationsmanager of the firm’s mechanical pulpand energy department.Chris McIver will also assume agreater role in West Fraser’s strategicplanning and development and as aresult, will assume the title of vicepresident of lumber sales and corporatedevelopment.West Fraser produces lumber, woodchips, LVL, MDF, plywood, pulp andnewsprint. The company has operationsin the southern United Statesand Canada. For more informationvisit www.westfraser.com or contact604-895-2700.•Binam Named As WWPA’sPresident/CEOPortland, Ore.—The WesternWood Products Association Board ofDirectors has selected Kevin Binamas the new president and chief executiveofficer of the lumber trade association.Binam succeeds Michael O’Halloran,who will retire after the first of the year.A 12-year association veteran, Binamhas been the quality services directorsince 2008 and oversees WWPA’slumber grade inspection and qualitycontrol activities. He also served asEconomic Services Director for 10years and was in charge of theAssociation’s business informationactivities, including statistical reportingand forecasting.Before joining WWPA in 1998, Binamheld positions at anumber of Westernmills in lumbergrading, qualitycontrol and millmanagement. Heholds a bachelor’sdegree fromHumboldt StateUniversity and anMBA from theUniversity ofKevin BinamOregon.Western Wood Products Associationrepresents lumber manufacturers inthe 12 western states and Alaska. Formore information visit www.wwpa.org.•Boise Cascade Releases 2011Boise Cascade Builder Idea BookBoise, Idaho—Boise Cascade LLC,headquartered here, released their2011 Boise Cascade Builder IdeaBook.According to Boise, the publicationincludes multiple ways for builder customersto profit with efficient design,accurate estimating, elimination ofwasteful cutting errors, less framingtime, even the ability to accommodatelast-minute plan changes profitably.Tips on green building with ForestStewardship Council (FSC) andSustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI)certified Boise Cascade EngineeredWood Products are also included. Formore information visit www.bc.com orcontact 800-232-0788 to receive acopy.•Anthony Forest ProductsClosing Texas SawmillEl Dorado, Ark.—Anthony ForestProducts Co., headquartered here,announced its plans not to rebuild itsAtlanta, Texas, sawmill that wasdestroyed by fire in February of 2010.President and CEO Aubra AnthonyJr. cited the weakeconomy and thefinancial risk associatedwith newAubra AnthonyEPA regulationsas reasons for notrebuilding.Approximately 78jobs will be lostand about $2.4million in annualpayroll."This is a verysad day for us, ourfamily of employees, our businesspartners, and the community ofAtlanta, Texas. We are disappointed,"Anthony said in a news release."After extensive due diligence, therewere two major problems: first, theexceptional business risk of the continuingweak demand for lumber forhomebuilding, and second, the dauntingfinancial risk of proposed newEnvironmental Protection Agency regulationsrelated to industrial boilersusing wood waste for fuel. Thesesealed the fate of this Anthony familylegacy."According to the SoutheasternLumber Manufacturers Association(SLMA), the Department ofCommerce recently announced thatbetween 40,000 and 60,000 jobs maybe lost in the United States due to proposedEPA regulations on industrialboilers. SLMA President DebbieBurns stated, “Our hearts go out tothe Anthony Forest Products family forhaving to make the sad decision not torebuild the Atlanta mill. It is particularlysaddening to see the role that poorlycrafted regulations played in thesejob losses. We remain focused on revisionsto the Boiler MACT as a top priority.”•Size does matter.DOUGLAS FIR up to20” x 20” x up to 40’CEDAR 16” x 16” up to 32’Richardson Timbers is a leader incustom millwork and manufacturing ofcustomized timbers, with capabilities ofdelivering products throughout the U.S.Serving the construction industry forover 60 years, by taking the spirit of theold and combining it with the leadingtechnology of today, Richardson Timbersis able to offer wholesale products withunparalleled service and quality.RICHARDSON TIMBERSSince 1949toll free (877) 318-5261 phone (214) 358-2314fax (214) 358-2383www.richardsontimbers.comStocking Distributor of Large, Green and Kiln-dried Timbers


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All inquiries welcome!Dense HDWD Stakes, Chisel PointTruckload lots available, quoted F.O.B. your yard.End users only, Please.(866) 629-9089Fax: 601-671-0736e-mail: mhardwoo@bellsouth.netwww.marshillinc.comPineCedarService11/8x11/8Call888.726.3963FSC SupplierSCS-COC-002247©1996 Forest Stewardship Council A.C.SandyNeckTradersWholesale LumberFrom the finest New England MillsFrom the East or West CoastsFrom people who know youand your businessIt’s that simple.Sourcing Solutions, Building BusinessThe Softwood Forest Products BuyerClassified OpportunitiesClassified Rates: Display $60.00 per columninch, fractions of an inch will becharged as a full inch. Line Ads are $8.00per line.All classified Ads must be receivedby the 15th of the precedingmonth. Example: Ads for theJanuary/February, 2011 issue must be inby December 15th, 2010.IDAHO TIMBERAlso, please specify the number of timesAd is to run. All Ads to be inserted onprepaid basis only.Classified advertising accepted only for:Position Available, Position Wanted,Business Opportunities, Machinery ForSale, Machinery Wanted, Wanted To Buy,Service Offered.IDAHO TIMBER seeks a highly motivated, aggressive, energetic salesperson withexperience and knowledge in the areas of dimensional lumber and studs, along withcedar boards. Candidate will be responsible for product marketing, sales, new productdevelopment, as well as growing and maintaining working relationships withregional and national accounts. Position requires self-motivation, ability to communicatewell with others, creativity, teamwork and knowledge of the lumber productsindustry.Position is available in Boise, Idaho and offers competitive benefits including:Salary (DOE), bonus program, 401(k), profit-sharing, health and dental insuranceand opportunity for growth with an innovative and aggressive industry leader.For consideration, please send resume and cover letter to Idaho Timber,Attn.: Lori Wielenga, PO Box 67, Boise, Idaho 83707.WEST COAST TRENDS -Continued from page 8and just about everything that goesinto sawmilling. Our customers seemcautiously optimistic for the newyear. No one is predicting a runawaymarket, but everyone sees animproved market over this currentyear shaping up.”Vince Mast at Hampton LumberSales in Portland, Ore., said, “We’vehad a terrific market recently. Now weare seeing Bernard a tougher “Bernie” time Bernstein with harshwinter Martinsville, weather slowing N.Y.— thingsup. We’re seeing very difficult loggingconditions, a lot of gypo loggers havegone broke and others have scaledback their timber cutting. Log pricesare rising and making it very difficult tocome out price wise on the lumberside. Lumber prices have been rising,not due to stronger housing, but dueto curtailments and closures bysawmills. The Chinese buyers havereally run the market up in narrows.There is a real shortage of 2 x4 material. There is a steady marketon wides due to a lack of logs of theright size. I feel that the generalstrong sales trend will continue nextyear. Right now lumber supplies aredown. Demand is good and inventoriesare extremely low. Januarythrough March looks very positive atthis point.”An Oregon wholesaler said, “I don’tknow how to describe themarket. We’ve seen price increasesover the last two months on greenDoug Fir of 25 to 30 percent! But I amhaving two of my worst monthsever. September 18 prices was $170on green Doug Fir. Now it is$255. That’s up 45 percent! When Ican get an order, I cannot find thewood. Mills are completely sold outon many items. We deal in mostlyhigh end items and the material is inshort supply.” He said California retailersare seeing very slow sales andalmost no homes are being built inlower mountainous regions ofCalifornia. James Campbell Adams JrBob Glastonbury,Maurer, of Swanson Conn.— GroupInc., Glendale, Ore., said, “With forestproducts prices bouncing alongthe bottom of historical lows for thelast three or four years the natural tendencyas one approaches a new yearis to think – we have to get better –we’ve seen the bottom and there’s noway to go but up. What else wouldyou expect from an ever optimistic,glass half full lumberman? There areskeptics, of course who claim that ifyou project prices to get better everyyear then eventually one year priceswill improve and you’ll actually be rightand they have a good point, howeverthere may be other compelling reasonsto expect higher domestic pricesin western lumber in 2011.“Some of those reasons like otheryears are based on the negative newsthat comes from mill closures, curtailmentsand other production cutbacks,and those trends will continue nextyear and the subsequent lack of supplyshould match or lag demand withthe effect that the market experienceshigher prices. There are two otherfactors though that should impact pricinggoing forward in 2011. The first isthe shortage of raw material (logs) torun the mills that are still open. The2009 and 2010 timber harvest inOregon is the lowest since thedepression of the 30’s. There hasn’tbeen a BLM (Bureau of LandManagement) timber sale in southernOregon for over two years. Log costshave jumped in price over the fourthquarter of 2010 and it looks like priceswill stay high. The second factor is theincreased volume that is finding itsway to the docks for export to Chinaand the Chinese market doesn’t showany signs of waning in the short term.For those reasons we expect domesticprices to be better in 2011,although the demand may stay flat.”Richard “Dick” KernsPortland, Ore.— •OBITUARYSt. Paul, Minn.—Ken Boehmer,69, recently died. He was preceded indeath by parents Lorraine and DonaldP. Boehmer Sr. Boehmer is survivedby his best friend and bride of 43years Patti (Robillard); son, Mark(Marnell) of Portland, Oregon; daughter,Sara (Joseph) Hogan of LakeGeneva, Wisconsin; his belovedgrandchildren, Holton, Ridge, Brettand Callie; his sisters, Sandi andAllison (Roger) Forester; his brothers,Donald P. Jr. (Christine), Paul (Patti),Kevin; also many other relatives andcountless friends.Boehmer spent 21 years of his 51-year career in the lumber industry atWeekes Forest Products. “Those ofyou who dealt with Ken in his businesslife, know what a strong and dynamicprofessional he was,” a representativeof Weekes said.According to those who knew him, hewas a highly respected wholesalelumberman both locally and nationally.•


January/February 2011 Page 45Classified OpportunitiesFOR SALEMACHINERY LISTMcDonough 54” resaw model RA-59 (tilting HYD feed)New Holland Skid steer loader Model LX565 Runs wellNewman KM-16 3 Head Trim SawYATES, A62 – Motorized PlanerStetson Ross 6-12-A1 planer 5-headPERKINS 4.203 Newly Rebuilt Forklift Engine1989 Ford L8000 with 12 ton/50’ CraneChip Bins-20 unit and 14 unit, 30 unit and 15 unitWestern Pneumatics bins, NiceToledo digital truck scale 11’ wide x 68’ longMISC. Tilt Hoists, Lumber Handling EquipmentMISC. Electrical, DisconnectsMISC. ConveyorsMISC. Roll CasesMISC. BlowersMISC. CyclonesMISC. Hydraulic PumpsIDAHO TIMBERCORPORATIONCONTACT: Darrell Gottschalk(208) 835-2161CANYON LUMBER COMPANY LTD. - WRC LUMBER SALES PROFESSIONALCanyon Lumber Company Ltd., specializing in Western Red Cedar and Inland RedCedar, seeks experienced, self-motivated, energetic sales professional for marketing ofdimension lumber, boards, patterns and specialty products. Our Sales office is locatedin Kelowna, B.C. Medical and dental benefits.Resumes and cover letter only please - to chudson@canyonlumber.com or fax to:(250) 763-3413.■ INDUSTRIALSMoulding, Finger Joint,Shop Core Stock,Pattern WorkR. B. LUMBER COMPANYCALL US FORWESTERN RED CEDARAND IMPORT NEEDS!Our products include:R. B. LUMBER COMPANYP. O. Box 2254Oregon City, OR 97045623-936-7090 - RandyFax 623-936-7091rblumberco@aol.com■ PRODUCTS FOR REMANUFACTURERandom length low grade boards &dimension, Waney cants,Tight Knot Timbers■ FENCING ROUGH & S1S2E, FENCING DECKING & PATTERN STOCK1x4, 1x6, 1x8Incense Cedar2x4, 2x6, 2x8Chinese Fencing, Decking & Patterns4x4, 6x6Galvanized PipeWestern Red CedarStove and Horse Bedding Pellets503-655-8020 - GaryFax 503-650-7235knightatrblumber@aol.comYour Classified AdHEREwill get resultsContact: Rachael StokesAdvertising Managerstokes@millerpublishing.comSOFTWOOD CALENDARFEBRUARYAPRILNortheastern Retail LumberAssociation Lumber andBuilding Material Expo, MGMGrand at Foxwoods. Contact:www.lbmexpo.com. Feb. 2-4.British Columbia Wholesale LumberAssociation, Annual GeneralMeeting, Vancouver, B.C. Contact:www.bcwla.org. Feb. 9.NAWLA Regional, The VancouverClub, Vancouver, B.C. For more information,visit online at www.lumber.org.April 7.Lumbermenʼs Association of Texas,125th Annual Convention,Worthington Hotel, Fort Worth, Texas.For more information, visit online atwww.lat.org. April 7-9.MARCHWestern Wood ProductsAssociation, Annual Meeting,Embassy Suites, Portland, Ore.Contact: 503-224-3930. Mar. 14.Southern Cypress ManufacturersAssociation, The Charleston Place,S.C. Contact: 813-877-9200. Mar. 14.NAWLA Regional, Marriott LongWharf Hotel, Boston, Mass. For moreinformation, visit online at www.lumber.org.April 28.NELMA Spring Convention, MarriottLong Wharf Hotel, Boston, Mass. Formore information, visit online atwww.lumber.org. April 28-29.•


Page 46The Softwood Forest Products BuyerClassified OpportunitiesAre you interested in success and growth? BoiseCascade’s Building Materials Distribution (BMD) maybe the place for you.While our Company, like everyone in our industry, hasbeen affected by the downturn in the housing market, we’vestuck with our basic strategy, remained committed to ourcustomers, suppliers, and employees, and continued to invest in our growth and success.Our future is solid and bright. Our strategy is to grow in existing markets and expand to new markets.In order to accomplish these objectives, we are looking to strengthen our team. We will do this in twoways; First, we will continue to provide resources and opportunities so existing employees can growand be successful; and second, we are interested in attracting and hiring new people to help us growin all aspects of our operations in sales, management, operations, purchasing, etc.If you are interested in joining our team, visit our website at www.bc.com/careers to learn moreabout our company and current job openings.If you’d like to learn more, please contact us by faxing or emailing your interest to 208/331-5886 orBMDHR@BoiseBuilding.com. We’d like to hear from you!FOR SALEMACHINERY LISTMcDonough 54” resaw model RA-59 (tilting HYD feed)New Holland Skid steer loader Model LX565 Runs wellNewman KM-16 3 Head Trim SawYATES, A62 – Motorized PlanerStetson Ross 6-12-A1 planer 5-headPERKINS 4.203 Newly Rebuilt Forklift Engine1989 Ford L8000 with 12 ton/50’ CraneChip Bins-20 unit and 14 unit, 30 unit and 15 unitWestern Pneumatics bins, NiceToledo digital truck scale 11’ wide x 68’ longMISC. Tilt Hoists, Lumber Handling EquipmentIDAHO TIMBERCORPORATIONMISC. Electrical, DisconnectsMISC. ConveyorsMISC. Roll CasesMISC. BlowersMISC. CyclonesMISC. Hydraulic PumpsCONTACT: Darrell Gottschalk(208) 835-2161“The Softwood Buyer gives us the ability to targetour customers and potential customers...wedefinitely see the VALUE!”SALESPERSONS WANTEDGulf Coast Shelter, a subsidiary of Shelter Products, Inc., specializes inthe sale of all building material products. We arecurrently searching for career oriented sales peopleto join both our Laurel, MS. and Daphne, AL.offices. This is an excellent opportunity to build ahigh income career with unlimited potential. Weare looking for someone with strong interpersonal,problem solving and organizational skills. The ability to work in a fast pacedenvironment under pressure and deadline demands while maintaining a customerservice orientation is important.For a comprehensive look at our company, view our web site at www.gulfcoastshelter.comand www.shelter-products.com. Send cover letter and resumeto kaustin@shelter-products.com or fax to 503.233-2515. We are anEqual Opportunity Employer.Jamie Hursh • Richardson Timbers • Dallas, TexasRichardson Timbers is a remanufacturer providing profiling and mill capabilities on large timbers andlumber. They supply Fir timbers as large as 20’ x 20’ x 40’, Cedar 16’ x 16’ x 32’, and Oak 12’ x 12’ x20’. They keep a large inventory of timbers on their four-acre yard that is completely paved. Their millingfacility consists of rip saws, gang rip saws, resaws, Weinig moulder, surfacers, band saws and anextensive file room. Tel.: (214) 358-2314 - Fax: (214) 358-2383. They currently carry six 1/4 pages, plus1/2 page Ad in 4 color in the Special Issue.CALL TODAY FORRATES AND DEADLINES!1-800-844-1280“We have been very pleased with thephone calls and inquiries we havereceived as a result of our Advertising inThe Softwood Forest Products Buyer. Asa remanufacturer producing ornamentaltimbers and specialty products with anextensive milling facility we wereamazed by the phone calls we receivedfrom our customers regarding thefeature story you did accompanied byphotographs. Our company has a smallsales staff and “The Softwood Buyer”provides Richardson Timbers the abilityto target our customers and potentialcustomers and we definitely see theVALUE!”P.O. Box 34908 • Memphis, TN 38184-0908 • Phone: 901-372-8280 • Fax: 901-373-6180Wholesale lumber company seeks a top performer with 3+ years of industriallumber/panel sales experience to include hardwood panel, MDF and industrial particleboardproducts for our Midwest sales office. This opening offers a top compensation planand fringe benefits. Light travel only. Please apply in confidence:Blind Box No. 142, The Softwood Forest Products Buyer,P.O. Box 34908, Memphis, Tn 38184-0908INDEX OF ADVERTISERSBoise Cascade LLC ...................................23Blue Book Services, Inc.............................29DiPrizio Pine Sales ....................................25Durgin & Crowell Lumber Co. ....................19Eastern Forest Products ............................10Freeman, Harry & Son Ltd. ..........................4Gulf Coast Shelter......................................31Haida Forest Products Ltd. ........................11Hancock Lumber Co. .................................13Hardwood Forestry Fund ...........................46Hood Distribution/McQuesten Group .........42Idaho Timber ................................................8Kalesnikoff Lumber Co. Ltd. .......................27Keller Lumber Co. ......................................40King Forest Industries ................................33Lazy S Lumber...........................................48Limington Lumber Co.................................42Mars Hill Hardwoods..................................44Mid-State Lumber.......................................45Mid Valley Lumber Specialties, Ltd. .............9Mill & Timber Products Ltd.........................38NELMA (Northeastern Lbr. Mfrs. Assoc.) ...28Nordic Engineered Wood ...........................41Oregon-Canadian Forest Products ..............7Pacific Western Lumber, Inc. .....................41Pacific Western Wood Works Ltd. ..............35Pa. Lumbermens Mutual Ins. Co................37PPG Industries/Olympic ..............................3R. B. Lumber Co........................................45Richardson Timbers ...................................43Robbins Lumber Inc.....................................6SFPA (Southern Forest Prdts. Assoc.).......12Sandy Neck Traders ...................................44Sawarne Lumber........................................40Siskiyou Forest Products ...........................39Swanson Group .........................................17Teal-Jones Group.......................................32Tri-Pro TM Cedar Products Inc......................15Waldun Group, The ......................................5West Bay Forest Products & Mfg. Ltd. .......36Wynndel Lumber Sales..............................21Zip-O-Log Mills, Inc....................................43


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