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The top 200! : big production numbers in 2005, such as those posted by the Hampton Affiliates sawmill in Willamina, Ore., may be tamed in 2006Author(s): Henry Spelter
Source: Timber processing. (July/Aug. 2006): pages 64-65.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe Hampton Affiliates sawmill in Willamina, Ore. again tops the list for output by a single U.S. mill for 2005. Its 486 MMBF not only outdid some 660 other significant US. sawmills, but also its own production of 473 million in 2004. Only a few mills in British Columbia and Germany are in this volume range. This marks the fourth consecutive year that Hampton’s Willamina mill has won the “national title.”
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CitationSpelter, Henry. 2006. The top 200! : big production numbers in 2005, such as those posted by the Hampton Affiliates sawmill in Willamina, Ore., may be tamed in 2006. Timber processing. (July/Aug. 2006): pages 64-65.
KeywordsSoftwoods, statistics, economic aspects, sawmills, United States, industrial capacity, forest products industry
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