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Jeld-Wen's President Touts Shift to a Sales-Focused Culture

"We will be successful even if there is no change" in the housing market, Orsino promises More

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Kuiken Brothers: 2012 ProSales Dealer of the Year

Kuiken Brothers is ProSales' 2012 Dealer of the Year. How? It's a team effort. More

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January 2012 - ProSales Chart of the Month

Want to build a truss, rafter, or joist? For years, your strongest softwood lumber... More

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Still Pining Away

Reduced design values for Southern pine 2x4s dismay many users. They take solace... More

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ALSC Approves Design Value Changes for Southern Pine 2x4s

The American Lumber Standard Committee announced it approved a reduction in some design value changes for visually graded No. 2 Southern pine 2x4s, but didn't agree to change any other grades and sizes. More

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Jackson Lumber Changes Leadership

Jackson Lumber & Millwork named a new executive team in conjunction with the retirement of longtime president and CEO Al Torrisi. Sons Mark Torrisi and Jay Torrisi will serve as president and CEO/treasurer, respectively, while nephew Joseph Torrisi will become executive vice president. More

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ALSC Delays Decision on SPIB's Design Value Changes

The American Lumber Standard Committee did not make a decision at its hearing regarding the Southern Pine Inspection Bureau's proposal to downgrade design values for Southern pine. More

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Wolf Restructures Divisions and Leadership

Wolf, the York, Pa.-based building products distributor, renamed a division, announced an leadership realignment, and created two new shared services divisions as part of a organizational restructuring that also cut the company's business units from 13 to seven. More

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Smaller Mills Could Be Hurt by Southern Pine Changes: Report

The consultancy that believes demand for more than 1 billion board feet of visually graded Southern pine lumber could be affected in coming years by potential changes in design values for the species now also believes the change will have markedly differing impacts on the region's timber mills. More

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