Boise Cascade Boise Cascade Holdings, LLC, which uses the trade name Boise, is an American pulp and paper company, ranked as the thirteenth largest forest products company in the world. Corp. of Boise, ID, sold its Yakima, WA, plywood plant and sawmill sawmill, installation or facility in which cut logs are sawed into standard-sized boards and timbers. The saws used in such an installation are generally of three types: the circular saw, which consists of a disk with teeth around its edge; the band saw, which complex to Frontier Resources of Eugene, OR, according to according to
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3. the Idaho Statesman. Boise's plant and sawmill are said to employ 357 people. Boise incurred debt last year from its $1.3 billion purchase of OfficeMax. In December, Boise's Chairman and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. George Harad said the company was exploring alternatives lot its lumber and paper divisions, which could result in asset sales, according to the newspaper. On Jan. 9, Boise announced at its annual meeting that it would close 40 to 45 OfficeMax stores and open 12 new ones this year, according to the Puget Sound Business Journal.