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Louisiana Pacific's Suppliers Performance

LPX's Supply Chain

 
LPX Costs vs Sales of Suppliers Growth Louisiana Pacific's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 24.06 % year on year in Q3 2021, sequentially sales grew by 0.25 %, Louisiana Pacific's cost of sales deteriorated by % year on year, sequentially cost of sales grew by 8.24 % in Q3.

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Louisiana Pacific's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 24.06 % year on year in Q3 2021, sequentially sales grew by 0.25 %, Louisiana Pacific recorded increase in cost of sales by 33.2 % year on year, sequentially cost of sales grew by 8.24 % in Q3.

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Louisiana Pacific's Comment on Supply Chain


Wood fiber is the primary raw material used in most of our operations, and the primary source of wood fiber is timber. The primary end-markets for timber harvested in the U.S. are manufacturers who supply: (1) the housing market, where it is used in the construction of new housing and the repair and remodeling of existing housing; (2) the pulp and paper market; (3) commercial and industrial markets; (4) export markets; and (5) emerging biomass energy production markets. The supply of timber is limited by access to timber and by the availability of timberlands. The availability of timberlands, in turn, is limited by several factors, including forest management policies, alternate uses of land, and loss to urban or suburban real estate development.

In Canada, we harvest enough timber annually under long-term harvest rights with various Canadian governments and other third parties to support our Canadian production facilities.

We purchase approximately 71% of our wood fiber requirements on the open market, through either private cutting contracts or purchased wood arrangements. Our remaining wood fiber requirements (29%) are fulfilled through government contracts, principally in Canada. Because wood fiber is subject to commodity pricing, the cost of various types of timber that we purchase in the market has at times fluctuated greatly due to weather, governmental, economic or other industry conditions. However, our mills are generally located in areas that are in close proximity to large and diverse supplies of timber. Our mills generally have the ability to procure wood fiber at competitive prices from third-party sources.

In addition to wood fiber, we use a significant quantity of various resins in our manufacturing processes. Resin product costs are influenced by changes in the prices of raw materials used to produce resin, primarily petroleum products, as well as competing demand for resin products. Currently, we purchase the majority of our resin from three major suppliers and believe our relationships with those suppliers to be good. However there can be no assurance that pricing or availability of resins will not be impacted based upon competing demand.

While a portion of our energy requirements are generated at our plants through the conversion of wood waste, we also purchase substantial amounts of energy in our operations, primarily electricity and natural gas. Energy prices have experienced significant volatility in recent years, particularly in deregulated markets. We attempt to mitigate our exposure to energy price changes through the selective use of long-term supply agreements.

 


Louisiana Pacific's Comment on Supply Chain


Wood fiber is the primary raw material used in most of our operations, and the primary source of wood fiber is timber. The primary end-markets for timber harvested in the U.S. are manufacturers who supply: (1) the housing market, where it is used in the construction of new housing and the repair and remodeling of existing housing; (2) the pulp and paper market; (3) commercial and industrial markets; (4) export markets; and (5) emerging biomass energy production markets. The supply of timber is limited by access to timber and by the availability of timberlands. The availability of timberlands, in turn, is limited by several factors, including forest management policies, alternate uses of land, and loss to urban or suburban real estate development.

In Canada, we harvest enough timber annually under long-term harvest rights with various Canadian governments and other third parties to support our Canadian production facilities.

We purchase approximately 71% of our wood fiber requirements on the open market, through either private cutting contracts or purchased wood arrangements. Our remaining wood fiber requirements (29%) are fulfilled through government contracts, principally in Canada. Because wood fiber is subject to commodity pricing, the cost of various types of timber that we purchase in the market has at times fluctuated greatly due to weather, governmental, economic or other industry conditions. However, our mills are generally located in areas that are in close proximity to large and diverse supplies of timber. Our mills generally have the ability to procure wood fiber at competitive prices from third-party sources.

In addition to wood fiber, we use a significant quantity of various resins in our manufacturing processes. Resin product costs are influenced by changes in the prices of raw materials used to produce resin, primarily petroleum products, as well as competing demand for resin products. Currently, we purchase the majority of our resin from three major suppliers and believe our relationships with those suppliers to be good. However there can be no assurance that pricing or availability of resins will not be impacted based upon competing demand.

While a portion of our energy requirements are generated at our plants through the conversion of wood waste, we also purchase substantial amounts of energy in our operations, primarily electricity and natural gas. Energy prices have experienced significant volatility in recent years, particularly in deregulated markets. We attempt to mitigate our exposure to energy price changes through the selective use of long-term supply agreements.

 



LPX's Suppliers Net profit fell by LPX's Suppliers Net margin fell in Q3 to
-3.74 % 12.1 %


Louisiana Pacific Corporation's Suppliers Sales Growth in Q3 2021 by Industry

Suppliers in Chemical Manufacturing Industry      65.06 %
Suppliers in Chemicals - Plastics & Rubber Industry -5.07 %   
Suppliers in Aluminum Industry      31.46 %
Suppliers in Iron & Steel Industry      45.42 %
Suppliers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry      18.64 %
Suppliers in Paper & Paper Products Industry      15.02 %
Suppliers in Construction Raw Materials Industry      21.86 %
Suppliers in Aerospace & Defense Industry      33.57 %
Suppliers in Construction & Mining Machinery Industry      20.01 %
Suppliers in Construction Services Industry      7.75 %
Suppliers in Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industry      17.12 %
Suppliers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry      71.33 %
Suppliers in Conglomerates Industry      8.85 %
Suppliers in Apparel, Footwear & Accessories Industry      9.64 %
Suppliers in Electric & Wiring Equipment Industry      22.24 %
Suppliers in Agricultural Production Industry      50.92 %
Suppliers in Food Processing Industry      41.63 %
Suppliers in Personal & Household Products Industry      10.01 %
Suppliers in Legacy Industry      6.42 %
Suppliers in Oil And Gas Production Industry      65.34 %
Suppliers in Oil & Gas Integrated Operations Industry      56.32 %
Suppliers in Property & Casualty Insurance Industry      11.99 %
Suppliers in S&Ls Savings Banks Industry -13.11 %   
Suppliers in Real Estate Investment Trusts Industry      11.14 %
Suppliers in Advertising Industry      33.28 %
Suppliers in Communications Equipment Industry -9.41 %   
Suppliers in Scientific & Technical Instruments Industry      9.49 %
Suppliers in Semiconductors Industry      17.07 %
Suppliers in Railroads Industry      19.21 %
     
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LPX's vs. Suppliers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Louisiana pacific Corporation 7,106 4,421 1,438 4,500
Alcoa Corp 11,755 11,204 956 61,000
Adm Tronics Unlimited Inc 7 3 -1 21
Agco Corp 9,530 10,481 776 19,600
Albemarle Corporation 27,331 3,313 292 6,000
Alamo Group Inc 1,887 1,239 72 3,070
Ashland Global Holdings Inc 112 2,111 220 11,000
Astec Industries Inc 1,630 1,061 29 3,952
Avient Corporation 5,065 4,422 267 0
Axalta Coating Systems Ltd 7,541 4,354 281 13,000
Briggs and Stratton Corporation 32 1,697 -212 5,480
Bioamber Inc. 1 15 -102 86
Caterpillar Inc 125,368 48,408 5,153 102,300
Cabot Corporation 3,480 3,409 286 4,300
The Chemours Company 6,093 6,109 395 7,000
Celanese Corporation 19,270 7,853 2,824 7,658
Chemtura Corp 0 1,462 -893 2,500
Circor International Inc 498 770 -35 2,400
Concrete Leveling Systems Inc 24 0 0 3
Columbus Mckinnon Corporation 1,424 790 24 2,747
Comtech Telecommunications Corp 610 563 1 1,852
Cnh Industrial N v 22,623 26,032 -438 69,207
Crane Co 6,356 3,190 410 0
Carlisle Companies Incorporated 12,558 4,587 374 12,000
Csw Industrials Inc 1,903 540 51 750
Dupont De Nemours Inc 44,448 17,634 6,519 34,250
Deere and Co 118,157 44,024 5,965 69,600
Kibush Capital Corp 1 0 -1 49
Dow Inc 45,555 51,310 5,898 35,700
Edify Acquisition Corp 269 0 -32 1,000
Ecopetrol S a 29,072 12,803 698 0
Ecolab Inc 62,476 11,873 1,141 50,200
Eco Building Products, Inc. 0 0 -11 4
Eastman Chemical Co 17,419 9,968 521 14,500
Fortune Brands Home and Security Inc 14,144 7,353 761 24,700
Findex Com Inc 4 1 1 7
Flowserve Corp 4,257 3,606 178 16,250
Fmc Corporation 14,768 4,784 594 6,400
Ferro Corporation 1,873 1,102 150 4,846
Foster L B Co 163 502 6 1,241
Gencor Industries Inc 192 85 6 216
Gevo Inc 817 1 -61 74
Generac Holdings Inc 19,666 3,431 536 4,202
W R Grace and co 4,647 1,859 80 3,700
Honeywell International Inc 151,992 34,635 5,547 105,500
HERCULES INCORPORATED 0 0 0 0
Harsco Corp 1,396 2,151 21 9,400
Huntsman Corporation 8,467 7,814 857 15,000
Hawkins Inc 833 670 67 659
Idex Corp 16,843 2,665 432 7,439
Innospec Inc 2,451 1,381 92 1,800
Integral Technologies Inc 3 1 -6 1
Illinois Tool Works Inc 77,029 14,251 2,727 44,000
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc 16,924 14,093 431 55,000
Kadant Inc 2,457 736 77 1,800
Koppers Holdings Inc 691 1,679 147 742
Kvh Industries Inc 175 173 -17 604
Quaker Chemical Corporation 3,878 1,681 131 2,020
Lyondellbasell Industries N v 103 41,280 5,746 19,100
3m Company 104,795 35,326 5,979 95,000
Momentive Performance Materials Inc. 1,560 2,331 0 4,900
Materion Corporation 1,851 1,453 58 2,550
Newmarket Corporation 3,799 2,307 241 1,998
Nl Industries Inc 350 137 43 2,776
Enpro Industries Inc 2,409 1,129 56 5,000
Originclear Inc 29 4 -17 26
Olin Corporation 9,092 8,134 957 6,400
Om Group Inc 0 1,103 -80 6,200
Omnova Solutions Inc 455 723 -22 2,100
Occidental Petroleum Corporation 37 22,406 -327 14,400
Element Solutions Inc 3,243 1,961 -320 7,750
Plum Creek Timber Co Inc 0 1,340 214 1,308
Parker hannifin Corporation 42,753 14,880 1,877 50,520
Photronics Inc 1,205 664 79 1,475
Pentair Plc 11,080 3,657 526 9,500
Ppg Industries Inc 39,692 15,362 1,231 43,000
Rowan Companies Plc 1,379 1,120 -50 4,051
ROHM AND HAAS COMPANY 0 0 0 0
Rpm International Inc 11,789 6,304 455 13,394
Schweitzer mauduit International Inc 1,005 1,329 60 3,100
Synalloy Corporation 163 295 4 411
Terex Corporation 3,292 3,683 180 20,400
Trecora Resources 207 256 0 310
Univar Solutions Inc 4,985 9,073 656 8,700
Valaris Limited 3,053 2,719 -1,045 11,100
Viavi Solutions Inc 3,915 1,241 -5 3,500
Westlake Chemical Corporation 13,810 10,236 1,532 8,870
Westlake Chemical Partners Lp 961 1,068 364 141
Advanced Drainage Systems Inc 8,588 2,306 228 4,615
Weyerhaeuser Company 30,794 10,058 2,483 9,400
Archer daniels midland Co 40,497 80,137 2,631 38,100
Chase Corporation 903 301 44 677
Chs Inc 0 40,613 936 0
Dover Corp 25,958 7,466 1,699 23,000
Fuller H B Co 4,208 3,124 143 4,400
The Manitowoc Company Inc 681 1,653 17 12,300
Albany International Corp 2,883 916 118 3,900
Astrotech Corporation 32 0 -8 42
Bimi International Medical Inc 12 22 -7 0
BURLINGTON NORTHERN SANTA FE CORP. 0 0 0 0
Bonso Electronics International Inc 23 16 2 528
Berkshire Hathaway Inc 511,121 267,320 81,322 0
Cameron International Corp 0 9,838 724 28,000
Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings Inc 1,479 2,040 -531 0
Cemtrex Inc 16 39 -1 577
Cpi International Holding Corp. 0 0 0 1,880
Csx Corporation 81,698 11,920 3,607 19,300
Danaher Corporation 213,236 28,065 5,885 60,000
Essendant Inc 473 5,002 -135 6,400
Franklin Electric Co Inc 4,261 1,550 141 5,200
Gcp Applied Technologies Inc 2,348 969 21 2,900
Glatfelter Corporation 832 986 27 4,375
Hillenbrand inc 3,731 2,865 255 6,000
International Paper Company 19,434 22,293 1,800 51,000
Itt Inc 8,591 2,788 201 9,400
Kmg Chemicals Inc 1,211 466 65 626
Mercer International Inc 831 1,682 83 1,486
Minerals Technologies Inc 2,494 1,813 158 3,583
Mueller Water Products Inc 2,129 1,111 70 3,900
Neenah Inc 837 971 -8 2,340
Norfolk Southern Corporation 70,939 10,863 2,916 20,156
Newell Brands Inc 10,220 10,473 603 30,000
Piedmont Lithium Inc 834 0 258 10,400
Resolute Forest Products Inc 1,286 3,560 493 8,000
Roper Technologies Inc 47,780 6,084 1,121 16,460
Raytheon Technologies Corporation 138,296 63,763 3,544 181,000
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc 236,136 39,059 8,565 75,000
Trane Technologies Plc 43,506 13,746 1,365 35,000
Tyco International Plc 0 0 0 57,000
Verso Corporation 793 1,256 -47 5,200
Verso Corporation 0 0 0 0
Verso Corporation 0 0 0 5,200
Xerium Technologies Inc 222 493 -1 2,950
Xylem Inc 20,256 5,245 462 16,300
Ceco Environmental Corp 222 313 2 850
Handy & Harman Ltd. 402 602 41 3,400
Northrim Bancorp Inc 287 142 40 411
SUBTOTAL 2,733,655 1,251,334 183,905 1,966,066


       
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