Canfor is one of the world’s largest producers of sustainable lumber, pulp and paper. We’ve built our reputation on the quality of our products, the reliability of our supply and our superior customer service. Find out more about why customers around the world prefer Canfor.
Founded in 1962 by Bob Stewart and Ivan Andersen, Sinclar Enterprises began as a lumber wholesaler for local mills in Prince George. At that time there were nearly 20 wholesale companies in the region and one-on-one relationships were vital to commercial success. Through these personal relationships Bob and Ivan became aware of opportunities to acquire lumber mills. Their first purchase was Apollo Forest Products in Fort St. James. Apollo would later enter a joint venture with the Nak'azdli First Nation to open Tl'oh Forest Products (1995), now an industry leader in finger-joint stud lumber. Sinclar Enterprises, renamed Sinclar Group Forest Products in 2009, has grown to include Nechako Lumber Co. (Vanderhoof, 1969), L&M Lumber Co. (Vanderhoof, 1972), Lakeland Mills Ltd. (Prince George, 1973), Winton Global Homes (Spruce Capital Homes, 1996) and Premium Pellet (Vanderhoof, 2001).
Perma-Straight Laminated Columns are a laminated post manufactured from dimensional 2x lumber. One reason Perma-Straight Columns are different from most of the other leading brands of a similar product is that this company planes the sides of the post leaving a clean line post that aesthetically looks top-notch.
Tembec produces a comprehensive range of high-quality spruce, pine and fir dimensional lumber products (SPF lumber) from northern Canadian forests. All species and grades are available as Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) certified – your assurance our products are made with fiber from responsible sources. We serve residential and commercial construction markets as well as the industrial market, which includes manufacturers of trusses, siding, pallets and other products. Our light, strong SPF lumber is the preferred choice of customers worldwide.
Conifex is committed to prompt reforestation of all lands it harvests, with ecologically suitable stock. We plant a mixture of spruce, pine, and Douglas fir to ensure future crops are biologically diverse and that forested areas remain resistant to harmful pests and disease. Our primary business is the manufacture of structural grade SPF dimension lumber. Our operations are conducted in a sustainable, safe and environmentally sound manner and they include timber harvesting, reforestation, forest management, sawmilling logs into lumber and wood chips, and value added lumber finishing.
GP Lam® Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL) delivers solutions where construction designs call for long unsupported spans for grand entrances, wide doorways, and dramatic window configurations.
Trus Joist developed the wooden I-joist 50 years ago and Weyerhaeuser continues to build on that legacy. Engineered to provide strength and consistency, these joists are a key part of making a high-performance floor. The dimensional stability of Trus Joist TJI joists help them resist the warping, twisting, and shrinking that can lead to squeaky floors. TJI joists are light weight and come in long lengths, which makes them faster and easier to install than traditional framing and saves you both time and money.
Providing the superior performance and durability of engineered wood. IB LVL is perfectly suited to spans bearing heavy loads and multi-span applications. Our LVL is ultrasonically tested and graded wood, solving the decreased dimensional stability and uniformity problems commonly associated with increased lumber sizes.
At Tolko, our values, vision and mission aren’t just what we believe. They’re how we work, live and serve our customers every day.
We are committed to producing and delivering a quality product and, as such, take steps to ensure standards are consistently met. All lumber is graded in compliance with the NLGA (National Lumber Grades Authority) and the NGR (National Grading Rules) which are accredited by the ALS (American Lumber Standard) and CLS (Canadian Lumber Standard). Each piece of lumber is grade-stamped showing the grade of lumber, the dryness, the mills' designated number and the accredited agency, which in turn performs routine grading checks to ensure the product meets or exceeds all standards.