Georgia-Pacific enters in laminated finger-jointed lumber distribution agreement

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Georgia-Pacific announced a sales and distribution agreement with Lamco Forest Products, the maker of innovative laminated finger-jointed lumber (LFL) products. Lamco will manufacture several LFL products and sell them under the Georgia-Pacific brand.

"We're looking forward to adding Lamco LFL product to our portfolio," said Paul Watterson, general manager for Georgia-Pacific's engineered lumber business. "It complements our line of I-joist, LVL, rim board and glulam products, as well as adds a product that helps meet fire-related codes being adopted in some of the geographies in which we sell."

Lamco's LFL products are an engineered wood product made using a patented process combining double tongue and groove and finger joints to create a dimensional beam that resists twisting, cracking and warping.

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