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Leucadia National Corporation, through its subsidiaries, engages in telecommunications, healthcare services, manufacturing, banking and lending, real estate, and winery businesses. It owns or leases, and operates a fiber-optic network that provides Internet, data, voice, and video services; and transmits audio and video programming over the network, as well as distributes advertising media in physical and electronic form. The company provides physical, occupational, speech, and respiratory therapy services, as well as healthcare staffing services and Medicare consulting services. Leucadia National also manufactures and markets lightweight plastic netting used for various purposes, including building and construction, erosion control, agriculture, packaging, carpet padding, filtration, and consumer products. In addition, it involves in domestic real estate operations that include commercial properties, residential land development projects, and other unimproved land; offers banking and lending services, as well as operates two wineries that produce and sell wines in the premium table wine market. Additionally, the company engages in property and casualty reinsurance; and property excess, marine, and aviation reinsurance, as well as develops a copper mine. Leucadia National was founded in 1854 and is headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma.


Koppers Holdings, Inc., through its subsidiaries, produces carbon compounds and treated wood products for the aluminum, railroad, specialty chemical, utility, rubber, and steel industries. It operates in two segments: Carbon Materials and Chemicals, and Railroad and Utility Products. Carbon Materials and Chemicals segment engages in the distillation of coal tar in North America, Australia, the United Kingdom, and Scandinavia. It distills coal tar and manufactures six principal products: carbon pitch, which is used in the production of aluminum and steel; phthalic anhydride used in the production of plasticizers and polyester resins; creosote, which is used in the treatment of wood or as a feedstock in the production of carbon black; carbon black used in the manufacture of rubber tires; naphthalene, which is used primarily as a surfactant in the production of concrete; and furnace coke used in steel and iron production. Railroad and Utility Products segment provides various products and services to railroads, including crossties, track panels and switch pre-assemblies, and disposal services. This segment also supplies treated wood poles to electric and telephone utilities; and performs various wood treating services for construction and other commercial applications. The company has operations in North America, Australasia, the People's Republic of China, Europe, and South Africa. Koppers Holdings, formerly known as KI Holdings, Inc., was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


Masisa S.A., through its subsidiaries, produces particle boards, medium-density fiberboards (MDF), and oriented strand boards in Latin America. It also produces and sells finger-joint moldings, MDF moldings, solid wood interior rail, and stile doors in the United States. The company offers solid pine wood interior rail and stile doors, sawn lumber, and sawn and pulp logs. Its other products include wood shavings, wood chips, sawdust, door parts, fiberboard doors, and pine veneer wood plies. The company distributes its products through independent distributors to the construction and furniture manufacturing industries. Masisa markets its products in the United States, Chile, Mexico, Brazil, Venezuela, and Argentina. The company is headquartered in Santiago, Chile.


Deltic Timber Corporation engages in growing and harvesting timber, as well as manufacturing and marketing lumber in the United States. It owns approximately 436,000 acres of timberland that consists of pine forest, pine plantation, and hardwood forest primarily in Arkansas and north Louisiana. The company operates sawmills at Ola in central Arkansas and at Waldo in south Arkansas, which produce dimension lumber, boards, timbers, and decking, as well as secondary manufacturing products, such as finger-jointed studs that are used in residential construction, roof trusses, and laminated beams. Deltic Timber sells its lumber primarily to wholesale distributors, lumber treaters, and truss manufacturers in the south and midwest. The company also engages in real estate development in central Arkansas. Its real estate projects include Chenal Valley, Chenal Downs, and Red Oak Ridge in Arkansas. The company sells its residential lots to builders or individuals, and commercial sites. Deltic Timber has a joint venture, Del-Tin Fiber L.L.C., with Temple-Inland Forest Products Corporation for manufacturing and marketing medium density fiberboard. The company is headquartered in El Dorado, Arkansas.


Pope Resources, a Delaware Limited Partnership, through its subsidiaries, Olympic Resource Management LLC, and Olympic Property Group, engages in the ownership and management of timberland and development property in Washington and Oregon. The partnership operates through three segments: Fee Timber; Timberland Management and Consulting; and Real Estate. The Fee Timber segment engages in the growing and harvesting of timber from its own tree farms, and marketing of timber and timber products to both domestic and Pacific Rim markets. The partnership sells its logs domestically to lumber mills and other processors of wood fiber. The Timberland Management and Consulting segment provides timberland management, field services, and technical forestry consulting services to third-party owners and managers of timberland in Washington, Oregon, and California. It also acquires and manages investment grade timberland. The Real Estate segment manages the land development process for the company's 2,600-acre properties. It also manages the company's commercial properties in the town of Port Gamble, Washington. As of August 1, 2005, the company owned approximately 640,000 acres of timberland and development property in Washington and Oregon. Pope Resources is headquartered in Poulsbo, Washington.


Weyerhaeuser Company principally engages in the growing and harvesting of timber, as well as in the manufacture, distribution, and sale of forest products principally in the United States and Canada. The company manages 6.4 million acres of company-owned and 0.8 million acres of leased commercial forestland in North America and in the southern Hemisphere. It produces and sells softwood lumber, plywood, veneer, composite panels, oriented strand board, hardwood lumber, and engineered lumber products. Weyerhaeuser also manufactures papergrade, absorbent, dissolving, and specialty pulp grades; and a range of coated and uncoated papers, and business forms; as well as offers liquid packaging board used primarily in the production of containers designed to hold liquid products. In addition, it manufactures linerboard, corrugating medium, and kraft paper primarily used to produce corrugated boxes, and paper bags and sacks; industrial and agricultural packaging; and inks, printing plates, graphics packaging, single-face and preprint products, and retail packaging displays; as well as engages in the recycling that include a wastepaper collection system and its sale to company mills and worldwide customers. Further, the company develops single-family housing and residential lots for sale, including development of master-planned communities primarily in metropolitan areas in southern California, Nevada, Washington, Texas, Maryland, and Virginia. Weyerhaeuser was founded in 1900 and is based in Federal Way, Washington.


Jewett-Cameron Trading Company, Ltd., through its subsidiary, Jewett-Cameron Lumber Company, operates as a wholesaler of lumber and building materials in the United States. It involves in the warehouse distribution and sales of building materials to home improvement centers; and the export of finished building materials. The company also processes and distributes industrial wood and other specialty building products principally to original equipment manufacturers in the transportation and recreational boating industries; imports and distributes pneumatic air tools and industrial clamps; and processes and distributes agricultural seeds. Jewett-Cameron was incorporated in 1953 and is headquartered in North Plains, Oregon.


Patrick Industries, Inc. primarily engages in the manufacture and supply of building products and materials to the manufactured housing and recreational vehicle industries in the United States. It offers decorative vinyl and paper panels, wrapped mouldings, cabinet doors, kitchen cabinets, countertops, aluminum extrusions, drawer sides, adhesives, and laminating machines. The company distributes prefinished wall and ceiling panels, drywall and drywall finishing products, particleboard, vinyl and cement siding, vinyl and hardwood flooring, interior passage doors, roofing products, high pressure laminates, decorative mirrors and glass, insulation, and other related products. Patrick Industries also provides processes, including custom fabrication, edge-banding, drilling, and cut to size capabilities. In addition, the company supplies its products and materials to other industrial markets, such as kitchen cabinet, furniture manufacturing, marine, architectural, and the automotive aftermarket. As of December 31, 2004, the company operated 11 other warehouse and distribution centers, and 12 other manufacturing plants located in Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Minnesota, Nevada, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Texas. Patrick Industries was founded by Mervin D. Lung in 1959 and is based in Elkhart, Indiana.


Louisiana-Pacific Corporation engages in the manufacture and distribution of building products primarily in the United States and Canada. The company operates in three segments: Oriented Strand Board (OSB), Siding, and Engineered Wood Products (EWP). OSB segment manufactures and distributes OSB structural panel products. Siding segment engages in the production and marketing of siding products and related accessories; hardboard siding and accessory products; and vinyl siding products and accessories. EWP segment manufactures and distributes laminated veneer lumber, I-joists, plywood, and other related products. The company's products are used primarily in new home construction, repair and remodeling, and manufactured housing. Its customers principally include retail home centers, builders, manufactured housing producers, distributors, and wholesalers. Louisiana-Pacific Corporation was founded in 1972 and is headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee.


Masco Corporation engages in the manufacture, sale, and installation of home improvement and building products in North America. It operates through five segments: Cabinets and Related Products, Plumbing Products, Installation and Other Services, Decorative Architectural Products, and Other Specialty Products. The company's Cabinets and Related Products segment include kitchen, bath, storage, home office, and home entertainment products. Its Plumbing Products segment offers faucets and showering devices to plumbers, building contractors, remodelers, smaller retailers, and others. This segment also offers brass and copper plumbing system components, and other plumbing specialties to plumbing, heating, and hardware wholesalers; home centers; hardware stores; building supply outlets; and other mass merchandisers. Masco's Installation and Other Services segment supplies and installs cabinetry, fireplaces, gutters, bath accessories, garage doors, and windows. Its Decorative Architectural Products segment include decorative bath hardware and shower accessories, paints, specialty paint products, stains, varnishes, and waterproofings. Masco's Other Specialty Products segment provides windows and patio doors, manual and electric staple gun tackers, staples, and other fastening tools. These products are sold through wholesalers, home centers, and other retailers. Masco also manufactures residential hydronic radiators and heat Convectors. The company was organized as Masco Screw Products Company by Alex Manoogian in 1929 and changed its name to Masco Corporation in 1961. The company is headquartered in Taylor, Michigan.


American Woodmark Corporation engages in the manufacture and distribution of kitchen cabinets and vanities for the remodeling and new home construction markets in the United States. The company offers framed stock cabinets in approximately 320 cabinet lines in 80 door designs in 9 colors. Stock cabinets consist of a common box with interior components, as well as an oak, cherry, maple, or hickory front frame. The company services its markets through three primary channels: home centers, builders, and independent dealers and distributors. American Woodmark distributes its products to each market channel directly from six assembly plants through a third party logistics network. As of July 31, 2005, the company operated 15 manufacturing facilities and 10 service centers. American Woodmark was formed in 1980 and is headquartered in Winchester, Virginia.


Advanced Environmental Recycling Technologies, Inc. engages in the development, manufacture, and marketing of composite building materials for exterior applications in building and remodeling homes, and for other industrial or commercial building purposes. It offers commercial and residential decking planks and accessories that include balusters and handrails, exterior door and window components, exterior housing trim, and fence boards. The company's customers include door and window manufacturers, decking customers, and building product distributors. Advanced Environmental Recycling Technologies was founded in 1988 and is based in Springdale, Arkansas.


Universal Forest Products, Inc. engages in the manufacture, engineering, treatment, and marketing of lumber, composite wood, plastic, and other building products. The company offers wood and wood-alternative products for the do-it-yourself retail home centers (DIY/retail); structural lumber products for the manufactured housing industry; engineered wood components for the site-built construction market; and specialty wood packaging for various industries throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico. It offers decking, balusters, spindles, decorative posts, handrails, stair risers, stringers, and treads; fences, gates, posts, and other components; home and garden and landscaping items; lattice; and storage building frames and trusses in the DIY/retail market. In addition, the company provides composite and plastic alternative products, which include railings, caps, and sleeves. It also sells engineered wood products, which include roof trusses, wall panels, and engineered floor systems. The company offers engineered wood products to frame residential or commercial projects, including roof and floor trusses, wall panels, open joist, and I-joists in the site-built construction market. It also installs engineered wood products for customers. Universal Forest Products offers roof trusses, lumber, plywood, particleboard, and dimensional lumber in the manufactured housing market. The company also supplies pallets, crates, and wooden boxes for packaging, shipping, and material handling purposes in the industrial and other markets. Universal Forest Products was organized in 1955 and is headquartered in Grand Rapids, Michigan.


Trex Company, Inc. engages in the manufacture and distribution of wood/plastic composite products primarily for residential and commercial decking and railing applications. It manufactures Trex Wood-Polymer lumber through a process that combines waste wood fibers and reclaimed polyethylene. The company provides three deckling lines, including Trex Origins, which features a smooth surface; Trex Accents that features a smooth surface on one side and an embossed wood grain on the other; and Trex Brasilia, which replicates the look of tropical hardwoods with color variations. Trex Company serves consumers, home builders, and contractors in the United States and Canada. It sells its products through wholesale distributors, retail lumber dealers, retail building material dealers, and retail stores. The company was formed in 1996 and is headquartered in Winchester, Virginia.