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March 4, 2014

As it seeks to develop a line of high-performance acetylated wood for decking and other uses, Pittsburgh-based Snavely Forest Products agreed to purchase all remaining acetylated wood left over from Eastman's discontinued Perennial Wood line. 

The purchase will serve as "transitional stock" for Snavely, as it moves to secure a new manufacturer of the product. 

February 5, 2014

Pittsburgh-based Snavely Forest Products said it’s not going to let the “modified” lumber movement lose its momentum.

In response to Eastman Chemical’s recent announcement that it would cease the manufacturing of Perennial Wood products -- the trade name for acetylated wood -- Snavely Forest Products announced today that it will continue to market the high-performance decking product.  

November 20, 2013

Greensboro, N.C.-based Snavely Forest Products hired Jon Forsyth as the Engineered Wood Products (EWP) manager.

Forsyth brings more than 20 years of experience in engineered wood, specifically in the areas of design, optimization and value engineering.

March 12, 2013

Pittsburgh-based Snavely Forest Products named Brett Kerr as the company’s newest mass merchant representative.

Pittsburgh-based Snavely Forest Products named Brett Kerr as the company’s newest mass merchant representative.

The company said Kerr brings experience from the logistics industry and is a graduate of California University of Pennsylvania with a degree in business administration.

April 20, 2011

Pittsburgh-based Snavely Forest Products announced staff additions, including the appointment of Mark Thorn as acting general manager of the Houston division.

Other staffing announcements include Rick Cornell, who joined Snavely-Phoenix in the position of outside sales-industrial accounts, and Cliff DeSpain, who joined Snavely-Greensboro as the Typar market development manager of Snavely's international division.