Aug. 23, 2018 - USNR is expanding its operations once again, this time at its Eugene, Ore., facility. The investment moves the existing operation to a new, expanded facility that will be outfitted to meet the growing needs of USNR's business.
The Eugene facility is home to a thriving team that supports and advances USNR's optimization and veneer handling activities. It is the U.S., base for USNR's optimization technology, from hardwood, shop and moulding, and green lumber grade scanning, to veneer scanning and grading solutions. From logs to lumber and blocks to dry veneer, the Eugene team has a key role in the development of innovations for the solid wood and engineered wood industries.
The new facility encompasses over 60,000 sq. ft., situated on 3.2 acres. The majority of the space will house electrical manufacturing, with the remainder for engineering, R&D and training facilities, warehousing and sales offices. The new facility is expected to be operational in January 2019.
USNR expands its business in Oregon
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