Local company may buy Western Excelsior mill site

Local company may buy Western Excelsior mill site

Aspen Wall Wood would restart some operations, rehire staff
The Western Excelsior fire destroyed the majority of the mill in 2017. Nearly 100 people lost their jobs.
An employee shows the excelsior product made at the Western Excelsior plant in Mancos, which burned down in May. Aspen Wall Wood is looking to purchase the mill site and rebuild operations on a smaller scale.
The fire that destroyed the Western Excelsior mill also impacted the local economy.
Tours of Western Excelsior plant included watching a wattle being made in this file photo. The tours were part of the national manufacturing day.

Local company may buy Western Excelsior mill site

The Western Excelsior fire destroyed the majority of the mill in 2017. Nearly 100 people lost their jobs.
An employee shows the excelsior product made at the Western Excelsior plant in Mancos, which burned down in May. Aspen Wall Wood is looking to purchase the mill site and rebuild operations on a smaller scale.
The fire that destroyed the Western Excelsior mill also impacted the local economy.
Tours of Western Excelsior plant included watching a wattle being made in this file photo. The tours were part of the national manufacturing day.
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