Lumber Sales Improve in Mid-Summer 2023Madison’s Lumber Reporter×32.png

A very late start to the annual seasonal building cycle finally brought improved lumber sales volumes at the beginning of July. Due to lowered production volumes over the past approximately one year, and ongoing sawmill curtailments, lumber supply did not meet demand. As sawmill order files stretched out to several weeks, customers searched among wholesalers […]

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