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Ohio-based architectural millwork firm Stull Woodworks will expand into a 46,000-square-foot facility - tripling its size.
Indonesian furniture manufacturer Ivena has recalled 70,000 of its teak wood shower benches after receiving reports the benches are collapsing and causing injury. The benches were sold exclusively at Costco.
Hooker reported net sales of $162.5 million for its fiscal 2022 second quarter, a $32.0 million, or 25 percent increase compared to the prior year.
Canadian lumber giant West Fraser will lower plywood production at all of its facilities in North America.
The company will be assisted by Mexican firm American Industries, which specializes in helping American companies set up operations in Mexico.
Private investment firm Building Industry Partners has acquired SourceCut Industries, a manufacturer of wood components, millwork, cabinets, and laminated products.
New orders are up, but employment is shrinking and material lead times are at record levels.
Idaho Forest Group will close one of its Montana sawmills, laying off 99 employees.