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UFP-Edge Unveils New Distribution Partnership with Capital Lumber Company

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Grand Rapids, Michigan — UFP-Edge, a leader in wood siding, pattern, and trim, is thrilled to unveil a new distribution partnership with Capital Lumber Company, a premier lumber distributor renowned for its unwavering commitment to quality and service. This collaboration will bring UFP-Edge’s innovative wood products into the Pacific Northwest covering Washington, Oregon, Northern Idaho, and Alaska.

Effective immediately, Capital Lumber Company will distribute a comprehensive range of UFP-Edge's top-tier products out of their Tacoma, WA, and Woodburn, OR, locations, including Thermally Modified Wood Siding, Native Woods, Premium Primed Trim, and Timeless ShiplapThis partnership will meet the growing demand for high-quality, durable wood products in the Pacific Northwest.

Chris Hayn, Vice President of UFP-Edge, expressed his enthusiasm about this new endeavor, "We are thrilled to partner with Capital Lumber Company. This partnership aligns our shared vision for delivering quality products and customer satisfaction. Capital Lumber's market expertise in the Pacific Northwest solidifies them as the perfect partner for delivering outstanding products and service.”


“We are excited to introduce UFP-Edge products to the Pacific Northwest markets. This partnership elevates our offerings, empowering us to provide customers with premium products and propels us to new heights within the industry," expressed Darren Henderson, Capital Branch Manager.

This strategic alliance marks a significant milestone in UFP-Edge’s efforts to broaden its market reach and underscores its steadfast commitment to providing customers with innovative and sustainable wood product solutions.

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