Perot Joins Baillie Lumber Co.

Share this...

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on email
Joey Perot
Joey Perot

HAMBURG, NY—Joey Perot recently joined Baillie Lumber Co., headquartered here, as the domestic Hardwood lumber trader for the Southwest region. Perot comes to Baillie with nearly 15 years of industry experience. His familiarity with sawmills, concentration yard operations and the Hardwood distribution business will bring great value to the customers he serves. 

Perot, who is based in Houston, TX, will be serving the needs of distribution companies and manufacturers who purchase Hardwoods in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas. 

One of Perot’s primary responsibilities will be to continue to help customers source the lumber they need, when and where they need it, whether that is by securing a special load of hard-to-find tropical lumber or putting together a multi-species mixed load of Appalachian Hardwoods. 

Baillie is one of America’s leading providers of Hardwood lumber. Baillie is focused on providing Hardwood lumber solutions that help customers’ businesses succeed. Their portfolio includes custom lumber solutions designed to the specific needs of their customers and that help companies increase yields and decrease costs. 

For more information on Baillie, you can reach Joey Perot directly at 346-405-1200 or e-mail jperot@baillie.com.

By Miller Wood Trade Publications

The premier online information source for the forest products industry since 1927.

Share This
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on pinterest
Share on email
Related Articles
Business Trends
Miller Wood Trade Publications

Lake States Business Trends

Lumber providers in the Lake States region report lots of business, higher prices and strong sales. Some of their customers are finding more wood, but,

Read More »
Business Trends
Miller Wood Trade Publications

Northeast Business Trends

In the Northeast, lumber sources reported that sales are going very well with the supply chain steadily improving since six months ago for some, while

Read More »
Business Trends
Miller Wood Trade Publications

Southeast Business Trends

The Hardwood market in the Southeast is booming compared to six months ago, but unprecedented issues remain with supply not meeting demand across the region.

Read More »
Business Trends
Miller Wood Trade Publications

West Coast Business Trends

Lumbermen on the West Coast say the market is good and they are busy – but getting product can be problematic. A lumberman in Washington

Read More »
Business Trends
Miller Wood Trade Publications

Ontario Business Trends

With warmer weather conditions here and road bans now ended, supplies to sawmills were reported as improved, thus posting some gains in log inventories. Ground

Read More »
Business Trends
Miller Wood Trade Publications

Quebec Business Trends

The bad weather early this year did not dampen demand for Hardwood finished goods. In fact, the U.S. housing market is performing well, boosting demand

Read More »