Richmond, VA

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84 Lumber Moves Va. Facility to Richmond

The new location will feature a lumberyard, showroom, door shop, and engineered... More

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2019 Dealer of the Year: Good Culture Breeds LBM Success

Lansing Building Products credits employees for its soaring sales More

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Stock Building Supply Produced $5.1 Million Operating Income for Q4 2013

Stock Building Supply reported a full-year 2013 operating income of $800,000, compared to an operating loss of $18.9 in 2012. The Atlanta-based dealer plans to grow its professional remodeling contractor business in 2014. More

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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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Steal This Idea! Color-Code Your Lumber

It's an ancient but still valuable idea: Paint the ends of your lumber with a... More

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Good Times Ahead for Component Manufacturing?

Making trusses, stairs, and related components helps dealers sell total... More

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84 Closes Facilities in VA, NC

84 Lumber closed its branch in Winston-Salem, N.C., and merged one facility in Richmond, Va., into another. More

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Roper Files for Chapter 11

Roper Brothers Lumber Co., the 40th-biggest company on this year's ProSales 100, officially filed Wednesday for protection from creditors under Chapter 11 of the federal bankruptcy law, five days after the Virginia dealer closed the doors on its six stores. More

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Va.'s Roper Lumber Closes

Roper Brothers Lumber Co., one of Virginia's premier LBM dealers and a longtime member of the ProSales 100, has closed and will file for bankruptcy, numerous reports indicate. More

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