ATLANTA -- Arauco, a leader in the manufacture of sustainable forest products, has announced the launch of its new website,, making expanded product data and company information more readily accessible to distributors, pro-dealers, builders, remodelers, OEM manufacturers and end users. encompasses the full range of Arauco products offered in the North American market: AraucoPly(r) plywood and TruPan composite panels, TruChoice Arauco(r) moulding, millwork and edge-glued boards, lumber and cut stock, and pulp products. The main portal gives customers one-click access to each of these product areas, which contain detailed product specifications, material safety data sheets, warranties, and information about Arauco's commitment to sustainability and third-party-verified forest certification.

"The new and our updated product websites are tailor-made to the needs of our North American customers and the building trade," said Francisco Figueroa, General Manager for Arauco's Atlanta office. "Arauco is a global company, but we're 'right-next-door' when it comes to service, sales, logistics, and the latest information and news about sustainably produced panels, millwork and lumber."

The website also allows visitors to register for periodic email updates from Arauco, including new product announcements, installation and finishing tips, surveys, contests, and news of interest to the building trade.

About Arauco

Arauco is a global leader in sustainable forest management and the production of sustainable forest products, including AraucoPly(r) plywood, TruChoice Arauco(r) millwork and moulding, TruPan MDF panels, lumber and pulp. The wood and wood fiber used in ARAUCO products comes from sustainably managed plantation forests in Chile, Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay. No native forest wood or genetically modified trees are used to produce any ARAUCO product. AraucoPly and TruChoice Arauco Radiata pine solid and finger-joint products contain only CERTFOR-certified wood, and carry the PEFC logo. TruChoice Arauco MDF moulding and millwork are certified and labeled according to the mixed-fiber-content rules of the PEFC.

SOURCE: Arauco

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