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Macmillan Bloedel Limited
MacMillan Bloedel is one of North America's largest forest products companies. We manage about 1.5 million hectares of productive timberland, mainly in coastal British Columbia. Our products include engineered wood products, value-added lumber, panelboards, newsprint, groundwood printing papers (including recycled), fine papers, containerboard and corrugated containers, which we market worldwide. The company also operates the largest private research facility in the country's forest industry. MB researchers invented the world's first hi-tech extruded lumber product "Parallam" as well as a re-usable bulk liquid packaging system (SpaceKraft) which rivals steel alternatives and is made from corrugate medium.

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