SPOKANE, Wash. – PotlatchDeltic Corp. is investing $131 million to expand and modernize its Waldo sawmill located in Columbia County, Arkansas. The project will increase the mill’s annual capacity from 190 million board feet of dimensional lumber to approximately 275 million board feet. The investment will also reduce the mill’s operating costs significantly.
The sale marks one of the state's largest-ever land conservation efforts.
American lumber giant PotlatchDeltic is calling its third-quarter performance record-breaking, and the numbers seem to agree.
Lumber giant PotlatchDeltic will temporarily halt all production at one of its industrial plywood plants in Oregon because of COVID-19.
Lumber giant PotlatchDeltic Corp. has seen a further sales decrease - this time 66 percent for the third quarter.
The newly formed lumber giant PotlatchDeltic Corp. reported sales of $182 million last quarter. Potlatch and Deltic Timber Corp. merged early last year, forming a wood products and forestry behemoth.