Lumber Market Report

April30

Lumber Update – May 2020

By Paul Rogers At a time which historically has been one of our busiest months of the year for construction, our industry is collectively putting all energy towards surviving, in terms of business and health, as we navigate our way through the COVID-19 pandemic. The business landscape has changed drastically (and oftentimes daily) for suppliers Read More

KEEP READING
April01

Lumber Update – April 2020

By Paul Rogers Since our last report, a few situations developed that disrupted supply and sent the lumber market at once soaring and back again. In Canada, railway blockades set up by members of the First Nation Tribe had a profound effect on the sale of Canadian framing and plywood exports to the United States, Read More

KEEP READING
February28

Lumber Update – March 2020

By Paul Rogers The mild winter we’ve had has kept sales steady and strong, with dealers and wholesalers scrambling daily to get lumber in as fast as it was going out. This level of activity at the peak of the winter months was certainly welcome, but also unusual. Speculation prevailed on all supply levels as Read More

KEEP READING
January31

Lumber Market Update – February 2020

By Paul Rogers The market has been a tough read of late, as the season has been full of fits and starts. Overall, business has been good, but whatever activity that was realized (and believed to have had any sustainability) soon fizzled out, making many in the channel cautious with their buying decisions. As of Read More

KEEP READING
December30

Lumber Update – January 2020

By Paul Rogers Despite interruptions from wintry weather and the holidays, December lumber sales were, on the whole, very good. With the heavy snowfall that came earlier in the month, Eastern mills struggled to load and deliver what they had on the books. Coupled with short holiday weeks, late trucks became a real burden for Read More

KEEP READING

Shepformation... The Shepley Newletter

  • COVID-19 Response & Updates

    At Shepley, nothing is more important to us than t

    Read More
  • Local Company Collaborates to Create Meal Train for Front-Line Workers

    KAM Appliances has come together in collaboration

    Read More

Newsletter Sign Up

Central Location:

Hyannis Office

216 Thornton Drive, Hyannis, MA 02601
Phone: 508-862-6200
Toll-free: 800-227-7969
Facsimile: 508-862-6012
Directions

Shepley Showcase

75 Ben Franklin Way, Hyannis, MA 02601
Phone: 508-862-6228
Toll-free: 877-909-7227
Facsimile: 508-862-6047
Directions

Nantucket Office

6 Lovers Lane, Nantucket, MA 02554
Phone: 508-325-0400
Facsimile: 508-325-0359
Directions

Wellfleet Office

2238 Route 6, Wellfleet, MA 02667
Phone: 508-349-2280
Facsimile: 508-349-3078
Directions