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Building materials company: Louisiana-Pacific (LPX) (1972)

Louisiana-Pacific Corporation (NYSE: LPX) was founded in 1972 from the spin-off of its wholly-owned subsidiary by Georgia-Pacific Corporation. Headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, USA, with 4,800 full-time employees, it is a North American building board supplier The company, together with its affiliates, produces and sells construction products mainly for new house construction, maintenance and renovation, as well as outdoor structures, as well as light industrial and commercial buildings.

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Louisiana-Pacific (LPX):

Louisiana Pacific Company is a leading manufacturer and seller of construction and timber products in North America. Together with its affiliates, it is engaged in the production and sales of construction products (building materials) for home construction, maintenance and renovation, outdoor construction, light industry and Commercial building. Louisiana-Pacific Corporation is divided into 4 departments to operate: North America Oriented Strand Board (OSB), siding (Siding), engineered wood products (Engineered Wood Products), South America (South America).

  1. OSB Division: Provide structural panel products, including plywood, such as roof panels, sidewall sheathing and floor cushions.
  2. Siding Department: Provide SmartSide siding products and related accessories, such as wood-based siding, decorative panels, door eaves and lintels, and CanExel siding and supporting products, including pre-finished rings and decorative products.
  3. Engineering wood products department: Provide laminated veneer lumber, I-profiles, laminated lumber and other related products for residential and commercial flooring, roof systems, window heads and beam panels, and other structural applications.

Louisiana Pacific also provides timber and woodland products and services. It sells products to retail home centers, residential manufacturers, distributors and wholesalers in North America, South America, Asia, Australia and Europe.

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