South Alabama companies plan $92 million expansions

Projects in forestry industry will create at least 70 jobs

Two Houston County companies plan to make $92 million in infrastructure improvements, resulting in at least 70 new jobs. SmartLam North America, which makes cross-laminated timber, will invest $62 million to build a new glulam manufacturing facility. Peak Renewables will build a $30 million wood pellet production facility. “The forest products industry has long been…

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