Midsouth veneer industries, 1972
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Published by Southern Forest Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in [New Orleans] .
Written in English



  • Southern States


  • Plywood industry -- Southern States -- Statistics.

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Edition Notes

Cover title.

StatementDaniel F. Bertelson.
SeriesForest Service resource bulletin SO ; 47, Resource bulletin SO ;, 47.
LC ClassificationsSD11 .A45793 no. 47, TS805 .A45793 no. 47
The Physical Object
Pagination11 p. :
Number of Pages11
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4480606M
LC Control Number79308910

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MIDSOUTH VENEER INDUSTRIES, Daniel F. Bertelson In the Midsouth States harvested bil- lion board feet (International %-inch rule) of veneer logs. Softwood output, mainly pine, rose to billion feet, and hardwood dropped to million board feet. The veneer plants (fig. 1) in the region processed a total of billion boardAuthor: Daniel F. Bertelson. Production and consumption of softwood veneer logs have both increased by half since , even though softwood mill numbers have remained constant. Virtually all of the wood residues generated by the Midsouth veneer industry are now utilized, mainly as pulp chips and fuel. Citation: May, Dennis M.; Vissage, John S. Midsouth veneer : Dennis M. May, John S. Vissage. Midsouth Veneer Industry Dennis M. May and John S. Vissage. SUMMARY tion in the shipping and packing industries from plastics and paperboard. Surveys in (Sternitzke ) and (Bertel- ume of veneer logs processed since (Bertelson and table 2). As a result, there were more com-. Veneer manufacturing is an important segment of the forest industries and 1s increasing in importance every year. Veneer logs are high-valued in comparison with other kinds of logs and bolts, and considerable employment is generated and much value added in their manufacture. Citation: Sternitzke, Herbert S. Midsouth veneer log production.

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