LP OSB mill looking to hire after 2011 layoffs

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However, she emphasized, "There are no definite plans at this time, to ramp up production", and that will strictly depend on the need to fill customer demand.

The Dawson Creek mill was victimized by a global economic meltdown in the summer of 2011, and citing the struggling economy of the U.S., as the key factor, the company said, it was forced to curtail production of oriented strand board.

That resulted, in what was reported at the time, as 88 layoffs, as the company took time to re-evaluate its situation, at least temporarily, and to come up with a different strategy to ensure the long-term survival of the mill.
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