Construction Suppliers Association

Take This Crucial Step to Prepare for a Life After LBM
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Take This Crucial Step to Prepare for a Life After LBM

Hint: It doesn't involve getting your company in shape for your retirement Read more

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Smaller Dealers' Earnings Tepid Despite Sales Growth, BMOC Shows

Annual survey puts pretax income at just 2.85% of sales Read more

CSA Launches Women in Lumber Leadership Collaborative
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CSA Launches Women in Lumber Leadership Collaborative

Collaborative will be an educational tool for LBM industry female leaders nationwide Read more

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How to Profit From Marginal Thinking

Add-ons and late fees could be contributing more to the bottom line than you think Read more

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CSA and MBMDA Seek Merger

The Construction Suppliers Association and the Mid South Building Material Dealers Association vote to merge. Read more

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GSA Chooses LEED and Green Globes

After months of study, the GSA recommends the federal government continue to use LEED, but also recommends using Green Globes as well. Read more

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'Typical' Dealer Returned to Operating Profit Last Year, BMOC Finds

One of the largest annual surveys to collect bottom-line numbers from dealers nationwide suggests building material suppliers last year posted their first operating profit since at least 2008. Read more

Dealers To Play Defense This Legislative Season
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Dealers To Play Defense This Legislative Season

LBM dealer lobbyists expect to spend much of their time in early 2013 responding... Read more

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Typical Dealer Ended 2011 $177K in the Red, Survey Finds

A survey of 150 dealers nationwide found those companies posted an average operating loss of $176,820 in 2011, a $50,000 improvement from 2010's red-ink year, in part because average net sales climbed 2% to $16.9 million. Read more

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Dealers Improve Average Op. Loss by Over $50K in 2011

Dealers nationwide continued to operate in the red during 2011, but the average operating loss improved by over $50,000 to $176,820, according to results of the latest Building Material Operations Comparison survey conducted by regional LBM associations. Read more

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