Ontario veneer mill thrives after restart
Sept. 2, 2016 - Columbia Forest Products’ veneer plant, Rutherglen mill, east of North Bay, Ont., is ramping up towards full-production after restarting operations in April.
The mill has been inactive for five years due to low demand, but, according to mill manager Peter Loy the plant is busy again and looking to reopen its in-house splicing department.
Read the full story by Northern Ontario Business.
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