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Roseburg Promotes Keith Eibel to Director of Chips and Coos Bay Terminal

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Roseburg Shipping TerminalAs part of the recent restructuring of Roseburg’s Resource business, Keith Eibel has been promoted to Director of Roseburg's chip business and the Coos Bay Shipping Terminal.

"Keith has been instrumental in establishing Roseburg as the largest exporter of wood chips in North America," Senior Vice President of Resources Scott Folk said. "He has spearheaded our strategy to successfully grow and diversify our chip business, and under his leadership, we have become a major player in the Japanese chip market."

Eibel joined Roseburg in 2008 as the manager of Roseburg's chip business. His expanded duties now include the procurement and sale of chips to both international and domestic customers, the operations of Roseburg's Coos Bay shipping terminal, and responsibility for our western fiber business including sawdust, shavings and woody biomass.

Prior to joining Roseburg, Eibel spent six years as chip manager for Weyerhaeuser and managed chip procurement for the company’s Albany and Springfield pulp mills. He worked for Willamette Industries for 23 years, primarily as fiber procurement manager. He graduated from Oregon State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Forest Products.

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