Oriented Strand Board
Our OSB department at RIFP is built on trust, integrity, and transparency and brings over 80 years of experience combined. We have partnerships in place with mills and customers in all markets that allow us to give a national look at the OSB market at all times. Our business is based on open and constant communications to help make the best decisions possible for our suppliers and customers. We offer prompt inventory as well as future quotes to assist in all of your purchasing needs.
Scott has been with RIFP since 1995, but started with Georgia Pacific in 1993 in their structural panels division. He was drawn to us because he was fascinated by the day in day out trades we would make, and how much we truly loved our jobs. His customers always appreciate not only his loyalty and the fact that he is a fantastic market resource, but his fun and positive attitude. When he isn’t trading lumber, Scott can be found enjoying the beautiful weather in Wrightsville Beach, NC.
Dan came to RIFP in September 2012 after working in the construction industry straight out of college, where he specialized in residential construction building single family homes, and then moved on to commercial construction. He grew up in the construction industry working for his father, so lumber trading felt like the logical next step. He appreciates that it’s one of the only industries left that bases your business on your word and handshake. Dan’s customers can depend on him to be detailed, organized, dedicated and trustworthy whether you need him day or night. When he isn’t trading lumber, Dan can usually be found on the golf course or trying new breweries or restaurants in the Richmond area with his wife.
Chris has been with the RIFP family since 1998, and was originally drawn by the fact that his brother started working for RIFP three years prior to him. He loves the industry because of the people in it, and that it is such a “your word is bond” business. Chris’ customers can always count on him to work hard for them, and trust that he is always actively working to get them the best deal possible. When he isn’t trading lumber, Chris can usually be found outside playing golf or fishing.