Ply Mart liquidates

Canlen, Brae
June 2008
Home Channel News;6/16/2008, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p3
The article reports on the business closure of Ply Mart, one of the largest lumber and building material (LBM) players in the U.S., due to the housing market slowdown in the Atlanta market in Georgia. Chairman Randy Mahaffey of Ply Mart states that the company is on the process of selling its installed sales and stair manufacturing divisions to one of the national LBM chains. Mahaffey also announced the closure of its four remaining lumberyards and the sale of its inventory.


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