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Weyerhauser hiring at engineered lumber products plants in La., Ark.
Weyerhaeuser Co. is now hiring additional trades and production workers at its engineered lumber products plants in Natchitoches and Zwolle, La., and Emerson, Ark.
Weyerhauser, hiring, engineered lumber plants, Louisiana, La., Arkansas, Ark.
Weyerhaeuser Co. is now hiring additional trades and production workers at its engineered lumber products plants in Natchitoches and Zwolle, La., and Emerson, Ark. Weyerhaeuser anticipates hiring more than 100 new workers at the three plants between now and late May. People interested in applying for these and other Weyerhaeuser jobs can search available positions and submit an application on the "Careers" page of the Weyerhaeuser website at www.weyerhaeuser.com/company/careers, or at www.LAworks.net.
Weyerhaeuser's Wood Products business has a long history of innovation in engineered lumber, dating back to the invention of the wood I-joist in 1960 by its Trus Joist business and the development of laminated strand lumber (LSL) and parallel strand lumber (PSL), as well as specialty solid lumber products such as Framer Series lumber.
The Natchitoches plant manufactures Trus Joist TJI joists; they resist bowing, twisting and shrinking to help create solid, quiet, high-performing floors. The plant also produces Trus Joist Microllam laminated veneer lumber (LVL), which is a strong and versatile engineered lumber product used for beams and window and door headers. The Zwolle and Emerson plants manufacture Weyerhaeuser veneer and plywood.