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Michael Ranson, managing partner of Astara Capital LLC, speaks at an event marking the opening of Camden Timbers on Feb. 10, 2023
Investments / Manufacturing

Camden Timbers Opens at Former Victory Sawmill Site

New York-based Astara Capital Partners LLC has invested $20 million in the facility. read more >
Conifex Timber Inc. of Vancouver was just one of several Canadian companies that have invested heavily in the forest products industry in Arkansas.
Agriculture & Poultry / Business Services / Construction / Public Companies / Real Estate / Small Business

A Decade After Recession, Arkansas Timber Industry RebornLock Icon

The timber industry, the biggest employer in south Arkansas, has recovered in the decade since the Great Recession. That doesn’t mean it will ever be the same. read more >
Brett Bray | Vice President of U.S. Operations for Conifex Timber Inc.
Agriculture & Poultry / Construction / Investments / Manufacturing / Real Estate / Transportation

Conifex’s Brett Bray Assures ‘Good Balance’ Won’t Leave Arkansas, Canada Dry

Brett Bray, the U.S. operations chief for Conifex Timber, talks about transport, trade, and plans for more investment in Arkansas. read more >
Brett Bray Conifex Timber Inc.
Banking & Finance / Manufacturing

Brett Bray Named VP at Conifex (Movers & Shakers)

Brett Bray has been appointed as vice president of U.S. operations for Conifex Timber Inc. Nick Austin has been hired as city president for Citizens Bank’s Crossett market. read more >
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Manufacturing

Conifex Puts Brett Bray in Charge of U.S. Plants

Conifex Timber Inc. of Vancouver appoints Brett Bray as vice president of U.S. operations, overseeing Conifex's sawmill in El Dorado and its recently acquired plants in Glenwood and Cross City, Florida. read more >
Brett Bray
Manufacturing

Pine Bluff Native to Manage Reopened Sawmill at Glenwood

Brett Bray has been hired as the general manager who will reopen next month the sawmill at Glenwood formerly operated by Bean Lumber Co. read more >