PotlatchDeltic owns a plywood facility in St. Maries, Idaho that manufactures a wide range of plywood products, principally for industrial grades such as panels for boats, truck beds and RV applications. These grades are typically sold at a premium and have more stable margins than commodity plywood markets. The St. Maries facility has annual capacity of 150 million square feet ("MMSF").
What’s the secret to our plywood’s strength, integrity, and eye pleasing appearance? The veneers we use in our Precision Core panels, which produce a consistently tight-knot face and core veneers.
Our Precision Core panels are manufactured for a variety of industrial markets. We construct every layer of core with one-piece composed veneer, eliminating core voids and gaps and removing the large open defects often found in the cores of other panels. Core composers, wood boat patchers, flexible layup lines, and six-head sanders give us the flexibility to produce panels that meet the exact specifications for such end uses as material handling, recreational vehicles, laminating, agricultural bins, truck bodies, marine applications, concrete forming and furniture framing.
We supply top-quality western fir panels in a variety of proprietary and APA grades. Also available are JAS certified and CSA certified sheathing panels.
Safety is the first priority every day at PotlatchDeltic and all injuries are preventable. We have a strong commitment to safety as a shared responsibility. Continuous improvement is a core principle of our safety, including education and training, identifying and eliminating workplace hazards and reinforcing safe work habits for our employees and contractors.
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