Ongoing Soft Demand Brings Dip in Lumber PricesMadison’s Lumber Reporterhttps://madisonsreport.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/cropped-logo_M-02-32×32.png

June dawned without the usual increase in spring demand for construction framing dimension softwood lumber, thus sellers were no longer able to hold on to the recent steady asking prices. Warnings from suppliers about extremely weak field inventories and the possibility of shortages should sales volumes increase suddenly fell on deaf ears. Customers remained extremely […]

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