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Lumber

Wood cut in such a way as to be used for building. Lumber may be traded as a commodity and is especially important in the construction industry. Sustainable woodcutting has become a significant issue in the lumber industry.
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to be imposing countervailing duties on Canadian lumber shipments into the American marketplace," said David Pressly, president of the National Association of Home Builders and a home builder from Statesville, N.
7% countervailing duty on Canadian lumber imports and anti-dumping duties averaging about 2.
Expanding Distribution of Versatile New Wood-Alternative Lumber to Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Southeast Missouri and Wisconsin
Expanding the reach of LifeTime Lumber to the mid-western United States, architects, builders and developers will benefit from being able to order LifeTime Lumber at ABC Supply Company lumber stores in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Southeast Missouri and Wisconsin.
Expanding Distribution of New Wood-Alternative Lumber to Iowa, Missouri and Oklahoma
Expanding the reach of LifeTime Lumber to the Central Plains States, the new agreement offers high performance wood alternative lumber to BlueLinx([R]) customers in Iowa, Missouri and Oklahoma.
Eco-Friendly Wood-Alternative Lumber Offers Aesthetic Attributes of Wood While Solving the Problems of Degradation, Weathering and Perpetual Maintenance
LifeTime Lumber is a unique, wood-alternative lumber made from inert material recovered from the electric power generation industry.
USPL's willingness to join us at the Lumbers and Materials Expo demonstrates that they value customer service as much as we do.
CHICAGO -- USPL and Russin to Appear Together at Lumber and Materials Expo Today and Tomorrow