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WOOD PRODUCTS. For all new installations of wood products, the Tenant is encouraged to use independently certified forest products. For information on certification and certified wood products, refer to the Forest Stewardship Council United States (wxx.xxxxx.xxx).
WOOD PRODUCTS. The Company is the largest Canadian producer of lumber east of the Rockies and the sixth leading lumber producer in North America. It has ownership interests in 20 sawmills, 4 remanufacturing facilities and 2 engineering wood facilities in Canada having a total annual production capacity of over 2.1 billion board feet. Lumber products manufactured at its sawmills include studs, structural lumber and remanufactured wood products (i.e., furniture parts, fencing, bed frames, etc.). Its sawmills enable the Company to maximize the use of the timber it harvests while providing a secure supply of wood chips to its newsprint and commercial printing paper operations. The major markets for its lumber products are the Eastern United States, Northwestern United States and Eastern Caxxxx. 10 =============================================================================== ABITIBI-CONSOLIDATED INC. 2006 ANNUAL INFORMATION FORM Distribution of sales for the three business segments is set forth in the table below: -------------------------------------------------------------------------- NEWSPRINT COMMERCIAL PRINTING PAPERS WOOD PRODUCTS --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- UNITED STATES 58.3% 83.1% 56.3% --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CANADA 9.9% 11.4% 43.7% --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MIDDLE EAST/AFRICA 4.2% 1.6% --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LATIN AMERICA 12.1% 2.7% --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ASIA 3.4% 0.1% --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- UK/EUROPE 12.1% 1.1% --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- See "Consolidated Business Segments" in the Company's 2006 Financial Statements for segmented results of these businesses.
WOOD PRODUCTS. The Company is the largest Canadian producer of lumber east of the Rockies and the fifth leading lumber producer in North America. It has ownership interests in 22 sawmills, five remanufacturing facilities and one engineering wood facility in Canada having a total annual production capacity of over 2.1 billion board feet. Lumber products manufactured at its sawmills include studs, structural lumber and remanufactured wood products (i.e. furniture parts, fencing, bed frames, etc.). Its sawmills enable the Company to maximize use of the timber it harvests while providing a secure supply of wood chips to its newsprint and value-added groundwood paper operations. The major markets for its lumber products are the Eastern United States, Northwestern United States and Eastern Canada. Xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx xxx xxxx xxxxxxxxx xx xxx "Xxx Xusines at-a-Glance" section, on the following pages of the Company's 2004 Annual Report: Value-Added Groundwood Papers Pages 17 to 20; and Wood Products Pages 21 to 24 The segmented results for these businesses are shown in the Company's 2004 Financial Statements for the three years ended December 31, 2004, on page 73 of the Company's 2004 Annual Report. The principal market for the Company's products is the United States, with the remainder marketed worldwide. See "Consolidated Geographic Segments" on page 74 of the Company's 2004 Annual Report for a breakdown of sales of the Company's products by geographic areas. 11 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ABITIBI-CONSOLIDATED INC. 2004 ANNUAL INFORMATION FORM PAPER AND WOOD PRODUCTS SALES DISTRIBUTION The Company's sales and assets are geographically diverse. In 2004, the geographical breakdown of its sales by final destination was 14% in Canada, 61% in the United States and 25% in other countries, primarily the U.K., Brazil, India and South Korea. The Company supplies a very diverse order book of over 1,600 customers worldwide. In 2004, its newsprint, value-added groundwood papers and wood products segments contributed 55%, 27% and 18%, respectively, to its consolidated sales, excluding purchased and resold newsprint and inter-segment wood products. In 2004, its capital assets (comprised of property, plant and equipment and intangible assets) and goodwill totalled approximately $7.7 billion, with 66% of such capital assets and goodwill in Canada, 19% in the United States and 15% in other countries. In North America, the Company distributes p...
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