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Curtailment Watch > Lumber Mills - West
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Banks Lumber to take downtime
Banks Lumber in Banks, Ore., will be down starting June 24 for an indefinite duration due to market conditions. The mill's restart will depend upon improved market conditions. Sales and shipping will remain open.
Seneca announces curtailment
Seneca Sawmills announced that its mill in Noti, Ore., will be down the week of June 17.
Hampton announces downtime at two sawmills
Hampton Affiliates of Portland, Ore., has announced the immediate curtailment of two of its operations, one at its Darrington, Wash., division, and the other at its Warrenton, Ore., sawmill. Overall market conditions were cited. "The only way to deal with this lack of liquidity in a prudent manner is to produce less lumber while the market searches for a bottom," said CEO Steve Zika in a memo to employees. The curtailments will be reviewed on a week-by-week basis. Other Hampton mills may be subject to curtailments if business conditions remain uncertain, according to a statement from the company.
Interfor curtails at Molalla, Ore., sawmill
Interfor has announced a temporary halt to production at its sawmill in Molalla, Ore., effective June 3. Market conditions were cited. The company said it will monitor the market and will restart operations when appropriate.
Interfor to curtail Washington sawmill
Interfor has announced plans to temporarily shut down production at its Beaver, Wash., sawmill, effective May 25, due to market conditions. The company will monitor the market and restart operations when appropriate.
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