Operating income in the Southern Resources segment was $22 million, an increase of $7 million from the $15 million reported during the second quarter of 2011. Both sawlog and pulpwood prices were slightly higher (approximately $1 per ton) than the levels reported for the second quarter of 2011. As planned, harvest volumes in 2012 were higher than those in the same period of 2011. The company’s harvest continues to emphasize pulpwood and smaller diameter sawlogs to maximize long-term value of the forest. Pulpwood volumes were up 341,000 tons, or 21%, higher compared to the second quarter of 2011. The sawlog harvest was 406,000 tons, or 36%, higher, than the same period of 2011.The Real Estate segment reported total revenue of $47 million and operating income of $29 million. Second quarter 2011 Real Estate segment revenue was $79 million, primarily consisting of $62 million of conservation transactions in the South. The second quarter 2011 operating income was $50 million. The 2012 sales consisted of $37 million of smaller rural land sales across the company’s holdings and the completion of a $10 million conservation easement in the state of Maine as part of its Moosehead Lake Concept Plan.
Plum Creek Timber Company, Inc. Reports Results For Second Quarter 2012
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