Inside This Issue
THE ISSUES: 2021 Will Go Down As One Busy Year
As the year winds down, we once again take a look back through it. Needless to say, everything that happened rode on the dark wings of the pandemic.
Article by Rich Donnell, Editor-in-Chief, Timber Processing
- FS Weighs In On 4FRI
- NW Hardwoods Heading To Texas
- Woodgrain Buys Independence Lumber
- Industry Doubts BC ‘Defer’ Plan
- Sawmill Project On Front Burner
- USNR, WFG Sold To Equity Firm
- Interfor Reports Lumber Record
- Oregon May Alter Forest Practices
- Sale Of SDS Lumber Is Done & Done
- Interfor Buys EACOM Timber
Sticking With It
MT. HOLLY, Arkansas – Centered in south Arkansas, Anthony Timberlands (ATI) has eight manufacturing plants in the immediate region – including sawmills, a composite facility and a flooring mill. While ATI might be known by some for its large-scale pine operations, the diverse company puts just as much emphasis on its hardwood operations.
Article by Jessica Johnson, Senior Associate Editor, Timber Processing
Another Jewel In The Crown
Acquired in October 2013, the Anthony Oak Flooring (AOF) facility in Magnolia completed a diverse portfolio for the Arkansas-based wood products titan Anthony family. But as Chris McQueen, who serves as Vice President of Anthony Oak Flooring – one of the biggest customers of Anthony Timberlands’ hardwood sawmill, says, timing hasn’t always been the company’s “thing.”
EDITOR’S NOTE: The following companies supplied editorial profiles and images to complement their advertisements in the Timber Processing December 2021 issue:
- CAROLINA CUTTING TOOLS
- COLONIAL SAW
- HANCHETT MFG
- OLESON SAW TECHNOLOGY
- WINTERSTEIGER (SERRA)
- WOOD FIBER GROUP
- SHARP TOOL
- Polytechnik: Lots Of Energy
- German Operation Counts On Fuchs
- White Mountain Plans Small Log Line Upgrade
- Chemicals Business Rebrands As Arxada
- Renovation Planned For USNR Headquarters
- Keitele Plans Boiler Upgrade At Sawmill
- Stella-Jones Acquires Treating Operation
PRODUCT SCANNER 10
- VK Debarking
- Load Cell Module
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Saw Skills Drive Frank Lumber
Article by Dan Shell, Senior Editor, Timber Processing
MILL CITY, Oregon – Investing in its filing room and overall mill facility, Frank Lumber in western Oregon’s Santiam River canyon has made a commitment to quality lumber production for the long term. Filing room investments in the past five years and a current small log side upgrade are placing the company in good competitive stance and solidifying its market position as a top premium lam stock producer.
Under the leadership of brothers Jim and Dennis Frank, the sons of founder A.J. Frank, the company has been a major part of the community’s economic “timber engine” for decades. A.J. founded the company in 1936 at a nearby location and moved it to its present site in Mill City in 1955. Frank Lumber’s commitment to the community has only been strengthened since the tragic fires of August and September 2020 as it has played a key role in the region’s recovery.
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