Norra Timber creates
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Strong, member-owned forest industry

The market has gained a solid new forest industry player. Norra Timber has sawmills with world-class technology and modern, well-invested units for added value products, plus the backing of 27,000 forest-owning co-owners, ensuring access to slow-grown timber from northern Sweden and a secure raw material supply. Norra Timber is a welcome market resource for wood product customers.

Norra Timber News

Learn more about how wood is red hot right now, sustainable partnerships and how scent of wood aims to attract young people back to Pietarsaari in Finland. Check out the latest issue of Norra Timber News!

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Products

Redwood

In addition to our regular range, we are also able to...

Whitewood

In addition to our regular range, we are also able to supply...

Specialist products

Do you need a product with specific properties in terms of...

Shipping marks

Norra Timber’s shipping marks on sawn timber are a guarantee...

Industry

Added Value Products

Norra Timber’s added value business are produces in Kåge,...

Kåge Sawmill

Kåge Sawmill is a modern plant that is constantly being...

Sävar Sawmill

Sävar Sawmill is an efficient band saw line with a high...

Hissmofors Sawmill

This sawmill has current annual production of around 160,000...

Agnäs Pole Factory

Agnäs Pole Factory has extensive experience and specialises...

Latest News

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"It gives us confidence”

2021-07-09

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"A strong market in waves"

2021-07-08

Timber

“I’ve never seen anything like this”

2021-06-29

Timber

Members share half a billion kronor

2021-06-21 Press

Timber

We are a long-term partner

2021-06-08

Timber

Sustainable partnerships in a stormy market

2021-06-01

Norra Timber

Norra Timber is a wood processing company that manufactures and delivers products to markets with high expectations concerning quality, capacity and accurate deliveries. Our sawn and added value products come from unique, slow-grown trees that have matured over almost 100 years in the forests of northern Sweden.

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