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Interfor Swings Into Black in 2Q Behind 20% Sales Growth

International Forest Products (Interfor) posted net earnings of C$300,000 (US$303,000) for the second quarter, a jump into the red from the C$5.3 million (US$5.4 million) loss reported a year ago. Total sales rose 20% to C$225.4 million (US$227.7 million). Read more

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Vendors' Top Summer Phrase? Let's Make a Deal!

While growing and shutting down is all the rage among dealers, buying and selling companies is this season's major trend among manufacturers. Read more

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LBM Manufacturers in the News-February 2012

Featuring: Atrium Corp., Boral, Crystal Pacific Windows & Door Systems, General Shale, Interfor, MaxLite, Marvin Windows and Doors, Trimline Building Products, Wilsonart International Read more

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Interfor Rolls Deeper Into Red with 2Q Net Loss

Interfor remained in the red during the second quarter as its net loss widened to C$5.3 million (US$5.5 million), compared to a C$3.5 million (US$3.6 million) loss during the same period a year ago. Read more

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Interfor Reports Operating Earnings During 4Q

International Forest Products Limited (Interfor) reported operating earnings of C$1.3 million (US$1.31 million), a complete turnaround from the C$7.8 million (US$7.86 million) operating loss the company posted during fourth quarter 2009. Read more

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Interfor's Operating Loss Lightens in 3Q

International Forest Products Ltd. (Interfor) recorded net income of C$1.5 million (US$1.47 million) in the third quarter, primarily because of the C$4.8 million gain it took on selling two ships and the C$1.6 million tax valuation allowance it took. Excluding those extraordinary items, Interfor reported late Thursday a net loss for the quarter of C$1 million (US$977,000), improving on its C$5.3 million loss in 2009's third quarter. Read more

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2Q Earnings Roundup: Brief Sunshine Before More Clouds

Earnings reports for second quarter of this year showed robust gains in sales and profits at North America's lumber producers, typically because of the runup in OSB prices and the brief rise in U.S. housing starts. Read more

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