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Pinnacle and Tolko partner to build a new industrial wood pellet production facility in Canada

Pinnacle Renewable Holdings entered into a limited partnership agreement with Tolko Industries Ltd. to build a new industrial wood pellet [...]

Tolko to permanently close Kelowna mill

Tolko Industries says it will permanently close its Kelowna mill on Jan. 8, after it was indefinetely curtailed in September [...]

Tolko to reduce stud lumber capacity by 20%

Tolko announced that it is implementing a flexible operating footprint at its Soda Creek and Armstrong stud lumber mills. This [...]

Tolko to curtail BC lumber mill indefinitely; citing high log costs and poor market conditions

Tolko Industries announced that, due to continued high log costs and poor North American market conditions, it will curtail its [...]

Pinnacle and Tolko to build a new wood pellet production facility

The facility is expected to have a run-rate production capacity of 170,000 to 200,000 metric tons per [...]

Canadian lumber industry struggles with trade disputes and climate change

    The Canadian softwood lumber industry has to handle two of the biggest challenges in its history [...]

Tolko announces downtime at Armstrong and Soda Creek lumber operations, citing high log costs, weak market conditions

Tolko Industries announced its Armstrong and Soda Creek lumber operations would take downtime during the weeks of May 27 and [...]

Tolko to permanently close its Quest Wood sawmill

Canadian Tolko Industries Ltd. announced the permanent closure of its Quest Wood sawmill in Quesnel and a reduction from two [...]

Canadian lumber giants in trouble: major production curtailments announced for this May

Major Canadian forestry products companies have announced sawmill production curtailments for the month of May. All complain about the surge [...]

Tolko to curtail operations at Quest Wood sawmill citing high log costs and poor market conditions

Tolko Industries Limited has told their employees in Quesnel on October 13 that they will be curtailing operations at their [...]
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