Inside This Issue
The Issues: We’re Learning A Lot About What We Can Do
Usually with our annual survey we run the results of the softwood lumbermen in one issue and the numbers from the hardwood lumbermen in the next. But with so many questions in the survey about the impact of the virus, and given the daily developments we are experiencing ourselves and reading about with regard to the virus, we felt waiting even another month would render some of the data as dated.
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Survey Results Show Impact Of COVID-19
Article by Rich Donnell, Editor-in-Chief, Timber Processing
A special thank you goes to the nearly 200 softwood and hardwood lumbermen who completed our annual Sawmill Operations & Capital Expenditure Survey, the results of which range over 43 pages in this issue, and include 40 charts.
After feeling good about where their businesses were heading at the beginning of the year, lumbermen quickly lost those good vibrations once the coronavirus hit. And for the most part it seems the lumbermen are sensing a positive bounce-back at some point down the road.
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