Open only to would have been exhibiting advertisers of TP&EE 2020, the Showcase is an exciting opportunity to bridge the gap between the cancelled 2020 Expo and maintaining the momentum Timber Processing and exhibitors have created since the last show. The industry didn’t let off the gas too much since COVID-19 ransacked North America, and TP’s annual capital expenditure survey says that mills are still proceeding with investments and projects this year and into the future. So how can forest products producer companies still reach the equipment companies and service providers we’re all used to seeing every other fall? Enter, TP&EE Showcase.
TP&EE didn’t want to be just another Zoom meeting, and so organizers decided to forgo the various virtual type events cropping up and instead will host a special video portal web page to complement the traditional special section in the printed magazine. The special web page will only be available during would be the scheduled show dates—September 30 to October 2.
Canfor Corp. has announced it will invest approximately $160 million to build a new, state-of-the-art sawmill near DeRidder, La. The facility will have an annual production capacity of 250 MMBF on a two-shift basis and will directly employ about 130…
U.S. housing starts (single-family and multi-family combined) came in at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.569 million in April, down 9.5%…
Fred Stimpson, one of the Stimpson family members who ran Gulf Lumber Co. in Mobile, and who was most recently president of Canfor Southern Pine for six years, announced…
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