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Interfor Acquires EACOM Timber Corporation

The deal will increase Interfor’s annual production capacity by 25%. More

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Interfor Acquires Four U.S. Georgia-Pacific Sawmills

The mills in Bay Springs, Miss., Fayette, La., DeQuincy, La., and Philomath, Ore.,... More

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Interfor Sells Oregon Sawmill to Neiman Enterprises

Operations at the 80 million board feet per year mill have been curtailed since... More

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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). 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. 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 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. 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. 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. More

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