Fibreco is planning to upgrade and enhance its terminal to accommodate handling agricultural products.
Fibreco phased out handling wood chips to make way for new business opportunities in bulk handling - such as grains and pulses. Fibreco is still involved with facilitating wood chip sales to domestic pulp producers within B.C., but no longer handles wood chips at its terminal.
Fibreco built a flat storage wood pellet shed. Fibreco now handles a significant portion of B.C.'s wood pellets destined for the European and Asian energy markets.
Fibreco constructed six silos for wood pellet storage.
Fibreco started handling biomass wood pellets for the rapidly growing B.C. biomass industry.
Fibreco was restructured as a private company owned by a group of forest companies, which operate in the interior region of B.C., Canada.
Fibreco constructed one of the world's largest wood chip storage and shipping terminals, serviced by truck, rail and barge transportation.
Fibreco was founded as a consortium of over 30 sawmill companies to export surplus B.C. wood chips to overseas pulp and paper manufacturing markets in Asia.