Roseburg Forest Products

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Roseburg Forest Products, based in Roseburg, Oregon, is one of the largest privately owned wood–products companies in the United States.[citation needed] Originally named Roseburg Lumber, the company was founded by Kenneth Ford in 1937, operating mills throughout Western Oregon. In the early 1980s it was renamed Roseburg Forest Products. It continues to be held by the Ford Family. As of 2010, the company has 3,000 employees and annual revenues of about $840 million.[1]

List of mills[edit]

  • Weed, California - Softwood Veneer
  • Dillard, Oregon - Corporate Office\Particleboard\Specialty Panels\Thermally Fused Melamine\Lumber\Softood Plywood\Wood Pellet Fuel\Hardwood Plywood
  • Coquille, Oregon - Softwood Plywood
  • Riddle, Oregon - 2 Mills - Riddle Softwood Plywood\Riddle Engineered Wood
  • Taylorsville, MS - Particleboard & Specialty Panels
  • Simsboro, LA - Particleboard & Specialty Panels\Thermally Fused Melamine
  • North Bend, Oregon - Softwood Chip Export
  • Oxford, MS - Thermally Fused Melamine
  • Missoula, MT - Particleboard & Specialty Panels\Thermally Fused Melamine
  • Atlanta, GA - Regional Business Office

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Stevens, Suzanne (July 29, 2011). "List: Oregon's top private companies". Portland Business Journal. Retrieved July 30, 2011. 

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