Acquisitions, Mergers and Takeovers – Wood Markets News

December 7, 2017

Home Factories, Inc. acquires Moehl Millwork

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Home Factories, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Building Material Distributors, Inc. (BMD), has acquired Moehl Millwork, Inc.“Moehl has created a strong brand name and reputation for exceptional service. We think the Moehl team will be a great addition to our employee owned culture,” said Jeffrey...
December 7, 2017

Western Forest Products to acquire Hampton’s lumber processing and distribution centre in Washington

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Western Forest Products Inc. has entered into an agreement with Hampton Lumber Mills-Washington, Inc. (“Hampton”) to acquire Hampton’s lumber processing and distribution centre in Arlington, Washington. The purchase price of the transaction is approximately $9 million and is anticipated to close in ...
December 6, 2017

Cham Paper Group sells its speciality paper business to Sappi Group

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Cham Paper Group sells its speciality paper business to the South African Sappi Limited. The integration of the speciality paper business into the Sappi Group will open up new perspectives for the two high-performance plants of Cham Paper Group in Carmignano and Condino as well as for their employee...
December 6, 2017

Suzano to purchase Brazilian tissue producer Fabrica de Papel da Amazonia (FACEPA)

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Suzano Papel e Celulose S.A. has entered into a purchase agreement for the direct and indirect acquisition of approximately 92.84% of the total capital and 99.99% of the common stock of FACEPA (Fábrica de Papel da Amazônia S.A.). The total consideration to be paid for the shares acquired is R$ 310 m...
December 6, 2017

Atlas Engineered Products to acquire Clinton Truss

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Atlas Engineered Products has entered into a letter of intent with Clinton Roof Truss Ltd. whereby the Company has agreed to acquire all of the issued and outstanding shares of Clinton.Guy Champagne, President of Atlas, commented, "The acquisition of Clinton represents a major milestone of our acqui...
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