ATLANTA -- Georgia-Pacific Engineered Lumber and U.S. Lumber have announced that U.S. Lumber will be distributing Georgia-Pacific's engineered lumber products into the Baltimore market. In a separate announcement, the company said that Sherwood Lumber Company will begin distributing Georgia-Pacific's full line of engineered lumber products into the Pittsburgh market.
"We are pleased to add Baltimore to the list of current markets where U.S. Lumber distributes our Wood I Beam joists, GP Lam LVL and FiberStrong rim board," said Paul Watterson, general manager for Georgia-Pacific Engineered Lumber. "Their experience selling specialty wood products has been a great fit with our engineered lumber strategy."
David Gaudreau, vice president of sales for Sherwood Lumber in Pittsburgh, commented "Our growth with Georgia-Pacific into the Pittsburgh area with engineered lumber shows our commitment to housing in this region," said David Gaudreau, vice president of sales for Sherwood Lumber. "With an extensive customer base and the support of a well-recognized and respected brand like Georgia-Pacific, Sherwood will be able to further provide customers with a diversified, value added product mix."
In addition to Baltimore, U.S. Lumber currently supplies the full line of Georgia-Pacific engineered lumber products at their distribution centers in Atlanta, Raleigh, N.C., Nashville, Tenn., and Greenville, S.C.
Sherwood Lumber currently supplies the full line of Georgia-Pacific engineered lumber products, including Wood I Beam™ joists, GP Lam® LVL and FiberStrong® rim board, to eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, eastern New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont.