4 Ways Timber Products is “American to the T”

American values have always been at the heart of Timber Products Company’s way of doing things. Since 1918, we have been a part of the country’s fabric, supporting people, communities and ecosystems. Below are some of the many ways our approach can be described as “American to the T.”

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We Put Americans to Work

Timber Products employs more than 1,000 employees at 10 manufacturing facilities across the country. Many of the people working in our mills have been with the company for many years. That is because we are dedicated to providing a supportive workplace where everyone is treated fairly and with respect and can be confident that through hard work they will be able to provide comfortably for their families. In fact, we see every sale as our way of fulfilling a promise to our employees: a guarantee of 40 hours of honest work, competitive wages and benefits. By providing the marketplace with the highest quality products, we are able to make good on this promise.

We Look After our Communities

Looking after our community begins with the management of more than 114,000 acres of timber in the U.S. that exceeds national environmental regulations to best protect the local ecosystems. It is also about supporting thousands of local workers who supply Timber Products with everything from adhesives to equipment. And, of course, it is about giving back to the communities around us. Whether it is donating plywood products to a track event, sponsoring local events or school teams, or simply bidding on an employee’s child’s prize-winning cow at the local fair, we are always finding new ways to take care of our employees and our neighbors.

We Deliver Only the Best to our Customers

Through our vertical integration, we are able to control every step of the wood production process. From planting the seeds to harvesting the timber to developing the products that our end-users sell or craft into cabinetry and furniture—we know exactly what goes into these processes, and we can guarantee the quality of our product. Our customers get exactly what they are paying for: a product built from renewable resources that meet or exceed the nation’s most stringent environmental regulations.

We Have a Long History Supporting This Country

Providing the best products has been a commitment from this company for generations. Today’s leadership is the fourth generation in the wood products business and is setting the stage for future generations through an outlook focused on continued growth and diversification that best meets the needs of our customers. Through this strong positioning, we expect to continue our support of this country for generations to come.

Read more about our American to the T initiative and if you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out

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