Performance is the heart of Missouri-Pacific Lumber
From start to finish, we take the time and use the technology needed to provide a quality product.
Location: Fayette, MO is situated squarely in the heart of the world's leading walnut producing region and where other fine Northern and Appalachian hardwoods are available.
Control: Missouri Pacific Lumber's capabilities include: debarking, rip sawing, cross cutting, air drying, steam treating, computer controlled kiln drying, surfacing, stacking, computer tally sent with each bundle.
Technology: Our first-class computer controlled band mill provides uniform thickness; offering plain-sawn, rift-sawn, and quarter-sawn lumber.
Stacking / Waxing / Steaming: 1" stickers provide even air circulation throughout the entire drying process. Boards are then end-coated with wax to slow moisture escape and prevent end-checking. All walnut lumber undergoes 84 hours of steaming to ensure consistent color and quality, resulting in less waste and greater value.
Inspection: All lumber is inspected before and after kiln drying by our NHLA certified inspectors, to ensure accurate grading and measurement.
Shipping: Our shipping department is prepared for service worldwide, either by truck, rail, container or ocean vessel.
Watch a video overview of our production process from timber to finished product.
Our hardwoods are preferred for a simple uncompromising commitment to quality.
Browse our catalog of hardwood products with photos of pallets and bundles.