Tag Archive: Maine Economy

Hancock Focuses On Details to Keep Edge

November 25, 2014 9:22 am Comments Off on Hancock Focuses On Details to Keep Edge

Recently the Portland Press Herald published an article featuring Hancock Lumber’s journey through the housing crisis and how it evolved into its current operations.  Through 2005, Hancock Lumber grew rapidly like the entire industry during the housing boom. Then, everything changed.  Everyone fell victim to... View Article

Exciting New Company Features Hancock Employees!

October 20, 2014 5:28 pm Comments Off on Exciting New Company Features Hancock Employees!

Hancock Lumber recently worked with a new company, Destination Occupation, whose mission is: “to revolutionize linking employers with potential employees. To market a company’s image as a desirable place to work. To create an online community for business/education/job placement.” to... View Article

Investing in our Sawmills

June 17, 2014 7:17 pm Leave your thoughts
Ribbon cutting celebration

  Investing in our sawmills, lumberyards, timberlands, employees and customers is always a top priority at Hancock Lumber.  This past June we completed a major capital project at our Ryefield sawmill, located in Casco, the same town in which the... View Article

Veterans Rebuilding America

April 1, 2013 3:35 pm Leave your thoughts

Builders of Ogunquit using 100% American made building materials! John Mixon, a contractor and owner of Builders of Ogunquit, is passionate about rebuilding the American economy and doing so with an all Veteran workforce and using 100% Made in the... View Article

Wood is Wicked Good!

November 2, 2012 3:08 pm Leave your thoughts

The U.S. Forest Products Industry Currently Supports More Than One Million jobs. Architects, builders, remodelers and homeowners should take notice of the USDA’s news release on recent findings indicating wood should factor as a primary building material in green building.... View Article