Georgia-Pacific Highlights New OSB Plant
April 15, 2013 | 3:21 pm CDT
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Georgia-Pacific Clarendon oriented strand board mill.


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Georgia-Pacific CEO Jim Hannan meets with employees and offers state and local officials a tour of the companys new OSB plant in Clarendon County, SC.

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CLARENDON COUNTY, SC — Georgia-Pacific offered state and local officials a look at its new oriented strand board (OSB) plant, which is located in Clarendon County, SC.

The plant has created approximately 130 new jobs in the area and will manufacture OSB products including Georgia-Pacific’s BlueRibbon rated sheathing and sub-floor, Thermostat OSB radiant barrier sheathing, and DryGuard enhanced OSB sub-floor, plus larger panels used in specialty applications.

With lumber and plywood demand up for housing construction remodeling, Georgia-Pacific recently announced a $400 million mill expansion to make its operations more efficient and to increase capacity.

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