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Planer Line - 2023
The new warehouse doubles as lumber storage and our planer line building. Having our planer line allows us to cater our customers specific needs—to surface to their desired thickness and eliminate additional processing on their end.
Warehouse - 2023
We made the decision to tear down our 2nd largest warehouse and replace it with a larger steel structure that can house both lumber inventory and a planing line.
SII Dry Kiln - 2021
In the winter of 2021 we built two 50,000 board feet SII Dry Kilns that increased our Kiln capacity to 500,000 board feet.
Updated Green Line - 2021
We did a massive upgrade to our green production line. When running at capacity we can grade up to 70,000 board feet.
Franklin Office - 2018
Our new yard office in Franklin, PA, is the heart of our entire operation. It showcases the types of lumber we create and has a great view of the entire lumber yard.
SII Dry Kiln - 2017
In the summer of 2017 we built two 50,000 board feet SII Dry Kilns that increased our Kiln capacity to 400,000 board feet.
Vision Tally - 2017
Our new Vision Tally uses laser technology to find the width and length of each board with a marginal error of less than 1/16 of an inch!
T-Shed - 2014
Ron Jones Hardwood Sales strives to produce a high quality and consistent product, with reliable customer service.
Better than ever and now in color!
At the Penn-York Lumbermen's Club meeting, R. Steven Jones was announced President of Ron Jones Hardwood Sales Inc. by his father Ronald O. Jones.
Our 25th Anniversary!
Sales Team - 2001
(L-R) Milo Glancy (Ret.), Trevor Vaughan, Ron Jones and Steve Jones.
Same great people, same great lumber, just 20 years later. From L-R, Mike Magee - Quality Control, Greg Johnson - Operations Manager, Kevin Williams - Assistant Operations Manager.
Steve Jones, Greg Johnson, and Ron Jones with 4/4 Red Oak lumber at Jones Hardwoods Inc., Franklin, PA., a sister company to Ron Jones Hardwood Sales Inc.
Franklin Yard Opening - 1992
Greg Johnson, left, manager, and Ronald O. Jones, President of Jones Hardwoods Inc., a tenant in the Venango Area Industrial Complex in Franklin, stand near racked lumber. The lumber processing firm's new kiln is in the background.
Union City Sales Office, 1988
Union City, PA, is home to our sales office located in an historic railroad station.
At the age of 35, Ronald O. Jones was elected President of Tri-State Hardwoods, then the largest hardwood lumber operation in the Northern United States.
At the age of 30, Ronald O. Jones was promoted to Vice President of Sales at American Lumber Company.
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