Haliburton Forest acquires Thomas J. Neuman

By Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve
Wood Business – Canadian Forest Industries
August 30, 2022
Category: Business & Politics
Region: Canada, Canada East

Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve has announced the acquisition of Thomas J. Neuman Limited, a hardwood sawmill in Palmer Rapids, Ontario. Going forward, the business will operate as Neuman Forest Products (NFP). Located on the shores of the Madawaska River, NFP has been in the lumber business since 1950. It traditionally processes a mix of hardwoods and pine. NFP has annual production capacity of 10 million fbm and procures sawlogs from contractors working throughout central Ontario. Haliburton Forest is a sustainable multi-use private land stewardship company, which owns and manages over 250,000 acres of timberland across Ontario. …NFP is the fourth facility to join the group of hardwood sawmills operated by Haliburton Forest, complementing existing facilities in Haliburton, Huntsville, and South River. With the addition of NFP, the group now has annual production capacity of over 50 million fbm.

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