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Richard: Standard Structures in Windsor was among the first to ship with the NWP when operations resumed in 2011. I believe the company failed a year or two ago then came back to life under new ownership, but I don't really have the details. Perhaps our friends in the Santa Rosa area know the status of the former Standard Structures site.
It would be nice if the NWP handled other commodities besides grain.
So I looked up both of these businesses and found the following. Sonoma Pacific is in a cutthroat business building pallots for many industries but there is major competition in that biz with products from Mexico. All Truss seems like that company that used to be up in Windsor where the NWP did transloading. Scratching my head but cannot remember their name but I would expect that given the AllTruss products portfolio that they would ship outbound too.
Do you or others know?
I will assume that is a retail yard in Schellville and that is why it is empty.
Is this a new NWP customer?
Thanks RCB. The CB came from Sonoma Pacific Lumber in Schellville, returning to another place to get loaded I guess.
That is one BEAUTIFUL picture.
But why is the CB empty going to Lombard?
I was talking to my fence contractor yesterday and he told me that the majority of the redwood lumber he sees and uses is from Redwood Empire in Cloverdale.
Must be coming down by truck.
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