Boise Cascade to revamp wood division

Tice, Carol
August 1998
National Home Center News;08/10/98, Vol. 24 Issue 15, p13
Reports on the plan of Boise Cascade to close wood products manufacturing division. Overall loss of the company for the second quarter of 1998; Facilities permanently closed by the company; Views of Boise Cascade Chairman and Chief Executive Officer George Harad on the restructuring in building products; Effect on the company's lumber-production capacity.


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