SAN GROUP CANADA: HAS HAD ITS ROOTS IN THE LUMBER INDUSTRY SINCE 1979
timber/forests/panels

05 June 2019

SAN GROUP CANADA: HAS HAD ITS ROOTS IN THE LUMBER INDUSTRY SINCE 1979

During this time the company has evolved from a small lumber remanufacturing facility to a multi-level forest products corporation. We focus on harvesting the highest quality Canadian timber and pride ourselves on understanding the value chain of lumber manufacturing.

From logs to lumber, we concentrate on our clients. Our 30 + years of manufacturing lumber has allowed us to understand that our clients are the most important aspect in our business. Thus, we focus on our customer’s wants and needs – quality products, timely service and relationships are our differentiation. Everyday, we listen to our customers and then strive to satisfy their needs and surpass their expectations!
San Group’s primary saw mill is located on the Coast of British Columbia, Canada in the City of Port Alberni. It is one of British Columbia’s most historic lumber cities, with its saw milling roots dating back to the 1800s. Our sawmill division primarily produces lumber from high value logs, native to the Coastal region of BC, and specialized manufacturing of rare and larger diameter timbers. Quality is a central aspect of our high margin processing, requiring years of expertise and experience, exemplified by our team in Port Alberni. Each log that enters our sawmill is contingent upon a value added process, based on the highest quality standards of safety and production – designed to service our clients globally. We specialize in processing old growth, including Western Red Cedar/ Douglas Fir / Hemlock & Spruce San Group is also expanding its sawmilling capabilities by constructing a new sawmill in Port Alberni 2020; this will increase production and utilize the full range of species.
The primary factor will be San’s ability to process a range of different sized logs, from 3 inches and above, in turn, providing a proactive solution to resolve the under utilization of fiber utilization (waste wood) often accrued from normal harvesting techniques. The new San Group sawmill will have a real and meaningful impact towards reducing greenhouse gases, and maximizing reforestation efforts, thus helping to reduce the overall carbon footprint.
For more information:

SAN GROUP Inc.
25583, 88 Avenue
BC-V1M 3N8 LANGLEY / British Columbia / Canada
Ph. +1 604 8814848
Fax +1 604 8814849
E-mail: info@sangroupinc.com

http://www.sangroupinc.com