Boise Cascade Names Two New Commodity Procurement Managers

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Boise, ID—Boise Cascade, headquartered here, recently named two new managers in commodity procurement to its building materials distribution division.

Roger Fossett
Roger Fossett

Roger Fossett was recently named division commodity procurement manager for Boise Cascade’s building materials distribution division. 

After serving our country in the United States Air Force as a missile launch officer, Fossett started his career in the building materials industry in 1988 as a lumber trader. In his 32-year career with Boise Cascade, his roles have included branch manager in both Delanco, NJ and Westfield, MA. In 2008, Fossett accepted the role of eastern region manager and then, in 2015, transitioned to northeast region manager when BMD divided locations across four geographic regions. In 2017 he returned to his roots as a trader in the role of division trader for Southern Yellow Pine lumber. 

“Fueled by his passion for commodities, Fossett’s deep knowledge of our industry and his broad experience in our company have prepared him to lead BMD’s dynamic and important commodity business,” commented Tom Hoffmann, vice president of purchasing. 

Tim Jaeger
Tim Jaeger

Also, Tim Jaeger was recently named regional commodity procurement manager for Boise Cascade’s building materials distribution’s sales and buying office in Lake Oswego, OR. 

Jaeger began his career in 2001 as a sales management trainee. He then transitioned into the position of division Cedar trader. From there he became the division western SPF studs and dimension trader.

Boise Cascade manufactures engineered wood products, plywood, lumber and particleboard and distributes a broad line of building materials, including wood products manufactured by the company. The company is privately owned and headquartered in Boise, ID. 

For more information, go to www.bc.com.

By Miller Wood Trade Publications

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