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Cooper Lumber announced the acquisition of Thomasville Lumber Company, owned and operated by James Dixon. Thomasville Lumber produces 4/4 and 8/4 rough and depressed pine lumber for sale in both domestic and export markets.

“We are excited to welcome the Thomasville Lumber team into the Cooper family,” Angus Cooper, president of The Cooper Group, said. “The addition of Thomasville Lumber greatly enhances Cooper Lumber’s ability to meet growing customer demand and provide the industry’s highest standard of lumber products and customer service.”

Jason Anderson, managing director of Cooper Timberlands, said the added quality lumber proximity and close proximity of the Cooper Lumber-Thomasville facility to other Cooper Group sawmill locations “will play a vital role” in the company’s efforts to diversify the Cooper Lumber brand.

The Cooper Group’ began in the lumber industry with the acquisition of the Cooper Lumber-Carrollton Sawmill facility in 2018 and McComb Sawmill in 2022. Cooper Lumber’s pine sawmill in Carrollton, Ala. specializes in producing 1-inch rough-cut lumber and the company’s McComb, Miss., pine sawmill produces 1-inch S4S boards. The Cooper Timberlands forestry footprint expands across the southeastern United States and consists of sawmills, a chip mill, woodyard operations, and land management.