Examples of companies that buy trees include Boise Cascade, North Pacific Group, Newark Group and Sierra Pacific Industries. Most lumber companies buys trees in large quantities.
Companies that buy trees deal with processing products associated with wood. They supply wood products such as timber, posts, plywood, sawdust, engineered wood and paper. Lumber companies often buy wood from large-scale forests, but they also buy from small-scale tree owners.
Wood companies buy trees from their suppliers after getting permits from local authorities. Wood companies are stake holders in the reduction of carbon dioxide, as they take part in planting more trees in places where deforestation has taken place.