The U.S. wood supply system is the largest and most highly developed in the world, providing the raw material that furnishes our country’s seventh largest industrial sector: forest products. Overregulation threatens this system’s ability to continue to serve both its economic and environmental goals.
The Norbord facility located in northern Minnesota is owned by the world’s largest manufacturer of Oriented Strand Board (OSB). The company employs more than 2,700 people and has 17 mills located in the United States, Canada, and Europe.
Understanding timber harvesting costs is more important today than ever before. Many logging business owners operate multi-million-dollar businesses that deliver thousands of tons of wood per week. Understanding and managing production and costs is critical to profitability.