Weyerhaeuser

We grow trees and make forest products that improve lives in fundamental ways. Our wood products are used to build homes, where families are sheltered and raised. Our cellulose fibers are used to make diapers and other hygiene products that keep people clean and healthy. We innovate to use trees in products you may not expect, such as fabric, plastics and energy. We do these things because growing a truly great company isn’t just about great financial results or being a great place to work, it’s also about making a great contribution to society.

We believe trees are a remarkable resource that can and should be managed responsibly to make a range of products that meet human needs. With a world population growing at 70 million people a year, trees offer a sustainable solution for shelter, hygiene, packaging, fabric, plastics and other products you may not expect, while also providing recreation, wildlife habitat, and other important ecosystem benefits.

We're one of the largest private landholders in the United States. As stewards of these assets, we maximize the value of every acre — from responsible development and building materials to conservation agreements and mitigation banking.

We've been developing new building products and solutions for more than 100 years. We’re your source for value-added solutions that improve performance, safety and profitability. From builders and dealers to specifiers and homeowners, we offer exceptional product performance and unparalleled support.

We have a history of balancing forest production with innovative, efficient and sustainable practices. Energy is no exception, with our commitment to clean, renewable options that meet environmental standards and coexist with sustainable forestry.

Company growth
Type
Public
Parent Company
TRI Pointe Group
HQ
Seattle, US
Founded
1900
Size (employees)
12,600 (est)
Weyerhaeuser was founded in 1900 and is headquartered in Seattle, US

Key People at Weyerhaeuser

Doyle Simons

Doyle Simons

President and CEO
Adrian Blocker

Adrian Blocker

Senior Vice President
Russell Hagen

Russell Hagen

Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer

Weyerhaeuser Office Locations

Weyerhaeuser has offices in Seattle, Springfield, Long Beach, Greenville and in 31 other locations
Seattle, US
Springfield, US
Seattle, US
Long Beach, US
Greenville, US
Meridian, US
Columbia, US
Vancouver, CA
Fairfield, US
Centennial, US
Carrollton, US
Aurora, US
Olympia, US
Sacramento, US
Athens, US
Eugene, US
Phoenix, US
Edmonton, CA
Aberdeen, GB
Boise, US

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Market capitalization

$25.2 B

Closing share price

$33.8
Weyerhaeuser's current market capitalization is $25.2 B.

Weyerhaeuser Market Value History

Market Position – minerals, wind, Energy & Utilities, renewables, biofuel, solar, oil & gas, wood, Real Estate & Construction, building materials

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