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Boise Cascade

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Industry  Forest products
Founded  1957
CFO  Wayne Rancourt
Website  www.bc.com
General counsel  John Sahlberg
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Formerly called  Boise Cascade Corporation
Traded as  NYSE: BCC S&P 600 Component
Key people  Thomas K. Corrick (CEO)
Headquarters  Boise, Idaho, United States
CEO  Thomas K. Corrick (6 Mar 2015–)
Subsidiaries  Boise Cascade L.L.C.
VPs  Kelly Hibbs, Erin Nuxoll (Human Resources), Nate Jorgensen (Engineered Wood Products)

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Boise Cascade Company (NYSE: BCC), which uses the trade name Boise Cascade, is an American manufacturer and distributor of lumber and building materials headquartered in Boise, Idaho.


Boise Cascade Wood Products manufactures plywood, engineered wood products, lumber, and particleboard and supplies a broad line of wood products and building materials through Boise Cascade Building Materials Distribution's 33 distribution locations. Boise Cascade Company is a public company traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol BCC.

Boise Cascade Company

Boise Cascade Company, was established in 1957 as Boise Cascade Corporation, a result of the merger between Boise-Payette Lumber Company of Boise and the Cascade Lumber Company of Yakima, Washington.

After over-extending itself into non-traditional areas under young CFO William Agee, the company nearly went into liquidation in 1972. A new management team got the company back to basics through the rest of the 1970s.

The Boise Cascade logo, designed in the 1960s, depicts a pine tree inside the containing circle. The company is run by Tom Corrick, formerly Boise Cascade's executive vice president in charge of Wood Products.

The company is not affiliated with the Canadian paper company Cascades.

The pulp and paper assets of Boise Cascade L.L.C. were sold to an investment firm in 2008, then acquired by Packaging Corporation of America in 2013 and became its Boise Paper division. Boise had entered the paper side of the forest products industry in 1958 with a new mill in treeless Wallula, Washington.


Boise Cascade Wikipedia