On the morning of June 13, 2017, a man wearing a ski mask walked into the U.S. Forest Service’s Woodstock mill and handed out a large wooden crate filled with lumber from a new timberland project in Alberta.
The crate was labeled “Lumber Canada” and contained two large piles of lumber that were estimated to be worth $6 million.
The man was later identified as David Linton, a longtime lumberjack who is currently a partner in the Calgary-based firm Timberland Pro millworks.
Linton, who is in his 50s, told The Globe and Mail that he was the one who gave the crate to the lumberyard and told the owners they would need to purchase the timber from Canada to make the wood into the woodworkers’ finishing tables.
Lentz said he has never been in a position like this before and was very surprised to learn that Timberland was shipping lumber from Canada.
The company has been under scrutiny in recent years, as several large projects have been shut down or postponed due to high costs.
Lenting is a process in which workers cut a piece of lumber to fit into a hole or cavity, and then attach it to a lathe, a machine that turns a piece into a finished piece of wood.
Lofton said the company had never received a request from Timberland for lumber in this type of situation before and did not know the circumstances under which it was shipped.
He said that he had never had a customer order lumber from Timberlands in his lifetime, and that he does not know why Timberland had the crate.
Lordin, the manager of the mill in Woodstock, confirmed that Timberlands lumber had been shipped from Canada and that they were “going to have to take some action” to resolve the situation.
Lents said the wood could be reused as finished tables, but that the company was unable to guarantee that the wood would be used for any other purpose.
He said the project is currently being delayed and that the lumber was not part of the final design.
“We are very frustrated, but we are also looking at all options,” Lents said.
He did not have a timeline for the lumber’s delivery, and said he does hope to have it in the hands of the lumberyards customers within the next couple of weeks.
Londons mill was built in 1962, when the company first began shipping lumber across the border from the U,K.
to the U.,S.
Since then, it has shipped more than 200,000 tonnes of lumber across North America.
“Our focus has always been on making sure we get the lumber in the right place,” said Linton.
“And if we do, we want to make sure it’s made with the highest quality timber, with the most value for our customers and the best product we can.”
A spokeswoman for Timberland said in a statement to The Globe that Timberlords customers have the right to request and inspect the lumber, but the company would not be providing any additional information.
“This is a private matter,” the company said.
“When we receive complaints or requests from our customers, we respond immediately and make sure that they are treated fairly and the quality of our product is maintained.
Our customers are entitled to receive information from us on what is being done to address the complaints.”
Linton said that when he was told about the crate, he contacted Timberland and told them he was concerned about the situation, but had no information on what was going on with the lumber.
“They said that they don’t need to know anything about it,” Linton said.
“I was told that if they didn’t get it from me, I would have to ask my lawyer to do it.”
Lentos company was contracted to ship the lumber to the Woodstock facility.
He and his partner had no idea what was in the crate at the time, but said he believes they are being pressured by Timberland.
“I have never seen anything like this, that was so shady,” he said.
Lintz said that if Timberland did not comply with the request, he and his partners would have no choice but to shut down the project.
Lords mill, which was designed in the early 1970s, has a workforce of about 150 workers and is one of the largest of its kind in Canada.
Linton and his colleagues said that Timberlake is not the only company that has shipped lumber from the United States to Canada, and it has been happening for a long time.
The Forest Service said in its response that it does not comment on ongoing litigation and did nothing to deny the existence of the crate that was handed out by Linton to Timberlons customers.
“The U.K. has an established supply chain for Canadian timber and we are working to ensure that all Canadian customers have access to