Roseburg Subsidiaries

The boundaries of Roseburg Forest Products extends further than you might think. Roseburg is the owner of two subsidiary companies, Coos Bay Shipping Terminal and Roseburg Resources. As part of the Roseburg family, these establishments hold the same values and commitment to superior service that have long been associated with the Roseburg brand.

Coos Bay Shipping Terminal

Roseburg Forest Products owns and operates one of the largest and most efficient “bulk and break-bulk” cargo handling terminals in North America. Located at the port of Coos Bay, OR, it was built in 1968 to export softwood and hardwood chips to Japan.

Although the main use for the dock is the loading of export wood chips, Roseburg has the potential to load and unload virtually any bulk vessel at its Port of Coos Bay terminal. Bulk product is loaded pneumatically for higher compaction rates. Break-bulk cargo such as barrels, bags, pallets, or other cargo would be handled primarily by crane. Other specialized loading/unloading services can be customized. Wharfage fees and local piloting charges can be provided upon request. Fumigation is also available if required and current pricing can be provided.

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Roseburg Resources

Growing and selling timber is an important business for Roseburg Resources, and sustainable forest management is the backbone of the company’s success. When the Ford family began the company in 1936, it aimed to have a solid reputation for its commitment – to its customers, communities, employees and the environment. Over 80 years later, that reputation is stronger than ever, and the primary reason for Roseburg’s success.  

Roseburg owns and manages over 580,000 acres of sustainable timberlands in Oregon, Virginia, and North Carolina. The company has won awards for its stewardship in managing its resources in a responsible and sustainable manner. 

Roseburg employs professional foresters, engineers, biometricians, biologists and technicians to care for its timberlands. They plan and execute harvesting and reforestation practices that protect the land and maximize timber productivity. In fact, each year, Roseburg plants over five million new trees. The managed timberlands are not only productive, but also diverse, healthy, and full of growing trees, which produce oxygen and sequester carbon. 

For more information on what timber is available for purchase, send an email to or call 1-800-245-1115 and ask for the Resources Department.



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