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Searching for the Right Lumber Supplier
Wednesday, July 22, 2020
Finding the right lumber supplier is vital to controlling costs and providing customers with well-constructed products. Take a look at the various components buyers should consider when searching for the best supplier....(Full Article)
America's largest and fastest-growing lumber companies
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
IndustryNet's recent analysis of U.S. lumber companies found the industry has posted some impressive growth numbers over the year, including a 6.7% increase in employment. This article will take a look at some of the top lumber companies in the U.S. based on number of employees and square footage, as well as sales and employment growth over the year. Top 10 By Employees One simple method of viewing the top companies in the lumber industry is based on the number of employees on site: Best Home Furnishings, Inc., Ferdinand, Indiana; 1,000 employees; Best Home Furnishings focuses on lumber of a dimensional type, including hardwood dimension as well as flooring. Weyerhaeuser Co., Seattle, Washington, 1,000; This is one of many branches of Weyerhaeuser Co., known for their wid...(Full Article)
U.S. lumber companies report solid growth as construction rebounds
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
IndustryNet data shows U.S. lumber companies have gained some ground over the past year, posting an increase in jobs, as well as bringing in robust sales in certain sub-sectors. This article will take a look at some key indicators for lumber companies, and explore some of the factors affecting sales and employment. We'll also take a look at regional differences, and examine which areas of the U.S. are experiencing the most growth. Finally, we'll explore some growing lumber companies in the U.S. According to IndustryNet data, jobs in the lumber industry rose 1.3% over the past year, with growth varying significantly by sector and geographic area, Currently, there are 3,054 lumber companies operating in the U.S., employing 73,227. The following is a breakdown of growth numbers over th...(Full Article)
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