Against the Grain: How three B.C. forest companies have thrived during tough times for the industry

At Terrace’s Skeena Sawmills, president Roger Keery has led a lucrative pivot to wood pellets and chips. Credit: Adam Blasberg

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After a year of shutdowns, layoffs and curtailments, the province’s forestry industry is booming again, thanks to strong demand for lumber.

But the roller-coaster ride will come back down eventually. Could small, independent producers be the ticket to a more stable future? In Terrace, Port Alberni and Castlegar, three companies show a way forward

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Source: BC Business

 

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