Loggers finding the right place to sell their veneer logs can often become a complicated process. The sheer amount of sawmills and exporters, all offering varying prices, can become overwhelming for anyone. And how can you be sure you’re getting the best market value for your veneer logs? Truthfully, without doing an incredible amount of research, it’s impossible to know. However, for such scenarios, Walnut Timber Buyers does the legwork for you. Our knowledge and connections in the timber industry make selling your veneer fast and easy.
Walnut Timber Buyers is one of the premier walnut and white oak veneer buyers in the Midwest. Our knowledge of the international marketplace allows us to be responsive to market demands. This ensures that we can bring accurate and competitive pricing to all grades and species of veneer, making the veneer sale process easy.
Additionally, our goal is to make purchasing logs as straightforward as possible. We believe log buying is as simple as scaling what is there and paying people the going market price. We manage our own logistics and write checks or do in field wire transfers, so you are paid the same day that we bid on your logs. Overall, every part of your veneer sale is handled by our timber experts. Highlights of selling your logs to Walnut Timber Buyers include:
In terms of what Walnut Timber Buyers looks for when purchasing your logs, we are open to the following:
Loggers no longer need to worry about offloading their veneer logs, with Walnut Timber Buyers always able to offer the best market prices for your wood. Thankfully, Walnut Timber Buyers are precisely the experts you need when looking to sell veneer logs throughout Illinois, the Midwest and beyond. To learn more about the sales process, current prices and potential pickup of your cut logs, call us today at 309-204-9325. You can also visit us at 8727 Arenzville Rd. Beardstown, IL 62618.
Thank you for your interest in Walnut Timber Buyers. At this time we are only considering projects of 20 or more mature trees. For residential projects and projects of less then 20 trees, please contact your local tree service.