Interfor announced plans to temporarily reduce production across its operating platform in the British Columbia Interior during the month of June 2019 due to a combination of weak lumber prices and continuing high log costs. The curtailment is expected to reduce production in the region by approximately 20 million BF for the month of June and will be taken by way of reduced operating days at each of the three BC Interior mills.
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