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Carter Lumber Shutters 26 Locations

Carter Lumber will close 26 locations in Indianapolis, Kentucky, Michigan, North Carolina. and Ohio. More

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Carter Lumber Realigns Field Leaders, Consolidates Teams in Columbus, Ohio

Carter Lumber, Kent, Ohio, announced plans to realign the field management of its six retail divisions, which comprise more than 150 operations across 10 states. More

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Carter Lumber Realigns Field Management

Kent, Ohio-based dealer's move divides stores into two regions, combines Columbus teams More

Build American Movement Gains Momentum
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Build American Movement Gains Momentum

There's a growing campaign by dealers, builders, and manufacturers to build with... More

Yards Ahead
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Yards Ahead

Talk to dealers and consultants about the best ways to calm construction company... More

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Millman Unit Buys North Pacific's OH, IN Distro Centers

A federal district judge in Oregon approved on March 19 Millman Lumber Co.'s purchase of North Pacific's building material distribution facilities in Columbus, Ohio, and Indianapolis. The sale is part of the dismantling of North Pacific after the Oregon-based distributor defaulted on a $30 million debt. More

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Weyerhaeuser Closing More Plants, Service Centers

Weyerhaeuser Co. announced it will indefinitely close its iLevel veneer and engineered wood mills in Evergreen, Ala., and Dodson and Simsboro, La., and its TimberStrand mill in Chavies, Ky. The company also announced the permanent closure of iLevel service centers in Albuquerque, N.M.; Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio; and Las Vegas and Reno, Nevada. More

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ProBuild Buys Khempco Building Supply

ProBuild Holdings announced Tuesday, April 1, it purchased the assets of Khempco Building Supply of Columbus, Ohio. The deal brings to ProBuild a lumberyard and truss facility in Delaware, Ohio, a truss plant in Dry Ridge, Kentucky, and a commercial door facility in Columbus. Terms of the sale weren't disclosed. More

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Yard Notables: May 2008

84 Lumber Shutters More Stores / The Danger of CFLs / Congresswoman Speaks Out About CFLS More

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Running Green: Lighting

Tripping the Light Fantastic: New bulb technology and more interest in letting the sunshine in are keeping staff illuminated at lower cost. More

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