Two Ontario sawmills to reopen after soft lumber markets forced temporary closure
April 16, 2020 By PJ Boyd
On March 27, White River Forest Products and Hornepayne Lumber both shut down — putting about 300 workers out of work— due to the softening of the lumber market caused by COVID-19. But they are both now set to resume production.
Originally set to reopen after a two-week shutdown, Hornepayne Lumber will be restarting production on April 20 and White River Forest Products will restart on April 27, as reported by TBNewsWatch.
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