Sales were down in seven of 21 the industries tracked.
Second phase of a major upgrade project to build a world-class particleboard, TFL facility.
Likelihood of softwood lumber import duties will weigh on bottom lines.
Repayable contribution will help the maker of wood tiles commercialize its products for the US market.
No injuries reported; mill expected to resume operations in about a week.
AFP in Arkansas operates six facilities producing lumber, engineered wood and wood chips.
Manufacturer says wood fibre mat-preheating technology will boost productivity at the facility.
Brookfield Asset Management, a majority shareholder in each company, will own 53% of the combined firm.
The company expects cogeneration project to improve annual adjusted EBITDA by $48 million.
Domtar estimates that its personal care division will see $10 million in annual saving.
Acquires Rayonier’s wood products business in Georgia.
Conference Board of Canada says index in line with sagging global economic growth.
Natural Resources Minister Jerome Kennedy says Newfoundland and Labrador will consider any plan to save its last paper mill owned by Kruger but won’t offer direct subsidies.
Canada’s wood products industry will record a second consecutive year of profitability, according to the Conference Board of Canada’s Spring 2011 outlook for the industry.