Fargo company ICSS Supply Co., which recently changed names to Dakota Timber Co., salvaged the old bleachers at Bison Sports Arena in 2014 so the lumber could be reused. Forum file photo
Dave Wallis Fargo company ICSS Supply Co., which recently changed names to Dakota Timber Co., salvaged the old bleachers at Bison Sports Arena in 2014 so the lumber could be reused. Forum file photo

A salvaged lumber company in North Dakota has changed its name from ICSS Supply Co. to Dakota Timber Co. Founder Seth Carlson said he wanted to change his company's name because people would call his business ISIS, referring to the militant Islamic State of Iraq and Syria group, Ryan Johnson reports for Inforum.

With the name change comes a relocation to Fargo, N.D. The company will be getting new machinery, a larger workshop, and an ability to create more products. Dakota Timber Co. creates products such as flooring, paneling, and beams from salvaged lumber.

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