Summary - Canadian Industry Statistics

Sawmills and Wood Preservation - 32111

Definition

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing boards, dimension lumber, timber, poles and ties from logs and bolts. These establishments produce lumber that may be rough, or dressed by a planning machine to achieve smoothness and uniformity of size, but is generally not further worked or shaped.

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    Establishments that preserve wood are also included.

    Exclusions

    Establishments primarily engaged in:
    chipping logs in the forest (see 11331 Logging)
    manufacturing glued-laminated timber, nailed-laminated lumber beams, parallel strand lumber, laminated
    veneer lumber, fingerjoined lumber, and similar products (see 32121 Veneer, plywood and engineered
    wood product manufacturing)
    preserving purchased plywood (see 321114 Wood preservation)
    peeling or slicing logs to make veneer (see 32121 Veneer, plywood and engineered wood product
    manufacturing)
    planing purchased lumber or working lumber further than dressed (see 32191 Millwork)

Businesses

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View financial data for 2016 based on industry averages for SME's.

Average revenue

$746.6
thousand

Profitable

74.4%

Find total salary data for 2016.

Salaries

$2.2
billion

Find 2016 data, such as net revenues, shipments, value added, and cost by category.

Net revenue

$1.2
billion

Shipments

$15.6
billion

Value added

$5.3
billion

Access 2017 trade information on imports and exports.

Exports

$11.3
billion

Imports

$914.8
million
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