Universal Forest Products

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All Hands on Deck

Growth in U.S. housing demand will boost sales of decking products this year.... Read more

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Higher Lumber Prices Drive UFPI's 4Q 2012 Sales

Universal Forest Products Inc.'s building-material sales dipped 3.5% to $159.5 million during the fourth quarter compared with the same period a year earlier. Read more

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UFPI Refinances Debt, Will Use $35 Mln To Fund Growth
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UFPI's 3Q Profit Slips as Net Sales Grow

Universal Forest Products Inc. net earnings fell 25.2% to $4.2 million in the third quarter from the year-earlier period even as sales climbed 13.7% to $533.4 million. Read more

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UFPI Posts $17.5M 2Q Net Gain

The Grand Rapids, Mich.-based wood and wood-alternative manufacturer and distributor credited good weather and a strengthened lumber market for the year-over-year net sales gains in four of its five markets, with three markets seeing double-digit growth. 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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UFPI Subsidiary Acquires MSR Forest Products

Haleyville, Ala., operations to merge Read more

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UFPI Slips Into Red in 4Q Despite 11% Increase in Sales

Universal Forest Products Inc. dipped into the red from the same period last year, with an almost $1.1 million net loss during the fourth quarter. Net sales for the period rose 11% to $422 million at the Grand Rapids, Mich.-based wood and composite building material manufacturer. Read more

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UFPI's Net Soars 117% Despite Sales Drop

Universal Forest Products Inc. credited cost-cutting and a more stable lumber market when it reported net earnings jumped 117% in the third quarter to $5.6 million from the year-earlier period even though net sales slipped 2.4% to $468.9 million. Read more

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2Q11 Proves Difficult for Lumber Industry as Numbers Dip

The second quarter was another dismal period for lumber manufacturers and timber harvesters as weak lumber pricing and a lagging housing industry continued to take its toll. Read more

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