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March 27, 2020
N. American wood industry giants announce more production curtailments in response to coronavirus
Wood business companies in North America are responding to the threats of the coronavirus pandemic. Here is a tracking of the most recent developments: Norbord Inc. announced that effective March 30, it will commence reducing production across its portfolio of North American oriented strand board (OSB) mills in response to the demand impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The company will adjust its operating configuration by reducing shifts and running a number of its North American mills on alternating schedules to match production with an anticipated reduction in OSB demand and to ...
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