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Hampton Lumber

From Framing Lumber to Siding, We’ve Got You Covered.

Hampton carries a wide range of wood products that we sell by the unit, container, railcar, or truckload to meet the changing needs of our customers.  Quality. Variety. Quantity. We can get the right product for you delivered when and where it is needed. With major sales offices in Portland, Oregon and Richmond, British Columbia, our sales team is always ready to meet customers’ needs.  We also ship products to locations world-wide through our export division, TRAPA Forest Products.  Each year we ship nearly 3.5 billion board feet of lumber and more than 300 million square feet of OSB and plywood products to destinations near and far.

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From the forest to the mill to the world.


Idaho Timber

Headquartered in the Boise, Idaho metro area, Idaho Timber operates regionally located manufacturing, distribution and sales facilities in Idaho, New Mexico, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, North Carolina and Florida. Hampton Lumber acquired Idaho Timber in 2022. 

Known for exceptional manufacturing, rapid mill-direct delivery, and prompt, professional service, the company ships over 75 million board feet of high quality Ponderosa Pine, Douglas Fir, Hem-Fir, SPF, Engelmann Spruce, Southern Yellow Pine and Cedar each month.

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TRAPA Forest Products

Hampton exports a wide variety of wood products through our subsidiary, TRAPA Forest Products, headquartered in Richmond, British Columbia. TRAPA Forest Products specializes in selling a variety of lumber products to more than 20 countries, including Japan, China and Taiwan.

In addition to the Richmond BC headquarters, the company maintains offices in Portland OR, Port Alberni BC, and Tokyo Japan. The combined team is responsible for marketing all of Hampton’s sawmill products offshore. In addition, TRAPA Forest Products maintains a substantial coastal custom cut program and performs sales and marketing services for outside sawmill and log producers in British Columbia, Alberta, and the U.S. Pacific Northwest.