Tolko Industries announces more downtime for its Okanagan plants

Softwood lumber is pictured at Tolko Industries in Heffley Creek, B.C. On Thursday, Tolko announced that four of its lumber mills in the Southern Interior will undergo downtime this month. The Canadian Press

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Tolko Industries says three of its wood mills in the Okanagan will temporarily shut down for two weeks.

Citing the ongoing wood downturn, the company announced on Thursday that its lumber plant and plywood plant in Armstrong, plus its White Valley veneer mill in Lavington, will temporarily close.


Source: Global News


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