DLC Clearlease.com Reports Canadian wood and housing exporters benefiting from home build in JapanDLC Clearlease.com Reports Canadian wood and housing exporters benefiting from home build in JapanDLC Clearlease.com Reports Canadian wood and housing exporters benefiting from home build in Japan


Vancouver, B.C., Canada March 25, 2011 – Clearlease.com reports Canadian wood and pre-manufactured housing companies are beginning to benefit from a pickup in demand resulting from the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

Viceroy Homes Ltd. is preparing to build and ship 200 pre-engineered temporary shelters to victims displaced by the world’s costliest natural disaster.

The quake and tsunami two weeks ago caused an estimated US$310 billion of damage. More than 10,000 people have been confirmed dead and 17,000 are missing.

Those who survived have been living in schools and other facilities.

Ontario-based Viceroy hopes to win orders from Japanese partner Selco Homes for up to 2,000 of the 30,000 very basic units requested by the Japanese government.

The initial order for 200 units is expected to be shipped in two weeks, Viceroy president Daniel Fox said Friday.

The company, which employs about 500 workers in Richmond, B.C., and Port Hope, Ont., expects to recall workers who are laid off during the seasonally slow winter season a little earlier than scheduled.

“As a result of this we’ve had to recall at this stage about 150 employees in Richmond — and if the demand ramps up quickly enough we may have to recall employees in Port Hope as well within the next three or four weeks,” Fox said in an interview.

Japan has been a very important market for Viceroy for more than 15 years. It has sold nearly 12,000 Canadian-built homes to Japan over the past decade.

Fox said the company wanted to do everything possible to help its Japanese customers and friends “who have endured an unbelievably difficult situation.”

It is designing basic 30 square-metre shelters containing a bedroom, kitchen and washroom. The units would normally sell for less than $10,000 in Canada but Viceroy wouldn’t disclose the actual selling price in Japan.

“This will be a money-maker, but very low margin. We are not making a lot of money on this.”

The company also hopes to eventually win contracts through Selco to sell full pre-engineered homes for the longer reconstruction phase.

Selco is among about 20 large builders bidding for the work. It expects to secure about 10 per cent of the 100,000 single family homes that will be required over the next three to five years in the devastated Northern region.

Success could compel Viceroy to hire some 100 to 250 additional workers.

The Japanese government has estimated that about 4,700 homes were totally destroyed, 2,500 half destroyed and 56,000 partly destroyed or damaged in the disaster.

Canada’s plywood and OSB manufacturers are already experiencing increased demand for materials during the temporary building stage, said Gerry Van Leeuwen, vice-president of International Wood Markets Group, a company that follows the industry.

Van Leeuwen said there is a shortage of panel board in the country because many Japanese mills were located in the devastated area.

“It’s expected that lumber will begin to flow again in the next couple of weeks as temporary shelters are being built,” he said.

In the longer-term, Canadian producers should benefit as the Japanese order quality lumber to rebuild permanent homes, he said.

Canada’s leading OSB suppliers to Japan Ainsworth Lumber Co. (TSX:ANS) and Tolko. The five largest lumber producers are Canfor Corp. (TSX:CFP), West Fraser Timber (TSX:WFT), Interfor, Western Forest Products (TSX:WEF) and Alberta’s Tolko.

After 15 years of decline, Japanese demand for Canadian wood increased to 2.3 million cubic metres of about one billion board feet in 2010.

DLC Clearlease offers leasing which allows you to structure a financing program that addresses your key business issues, including: cash flow, budget, transaction, and cyclical fluctuations. For example, some heavy equipment operators request seasonal leases, which allow them to schedule their payments during their busiest months.

Furthermore, financing your equipment from DLC Clearlease guarantees an affordable plan to suit your business equipment needs with less out-of-pocket expenditures, spreading your payments across a manageable period of time. Reserve your capital for other expenses by leasing your equipment from us and save resources, time, value, and straight capital, too. A lease is not considered a long-term debt or liability, so it does not appear as debt on your financial statement, making you more attractive to traditional lenders when you need them.

DLC Clearlease currently has the following employment opportunities available: http://clearlease.com/Career-Opportunities.html

About DLC Clearlease

Equipment Lease Financing in Vancouver, Surrey, Delta, Richmond, Langley, New Westminster, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, B.C. Also offering Automobile Lease Financing and Mortgage information. Founded by the Pidgeon brothers, DLC Clearlease is a free service that can qualify you for an automobile or equipment lease finance. You save time and effort by giving DLC Clearlease.com your information just once; DLC Clearlease has partnered with over 100 lenders to offer you the best rates and service, comparable to none. We offer a simple application process available at http://clearlease.com/How-to-Apply.html . You may have recently seen a Dominion Lending advertisement on such media outlets as: Global News, CTV News, CBC Television, Rogers Sportsnet or possibly heard the great Don Cherry, a Canadian Sports legend, discuss Dominion Lending Centres.

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Mr. Pidgeon, Editor
Tel: (604) 696-1221 ext. 177
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###DLC Clearlease.com Reports Canadian wood and housing exporters benefiting from home build in Japan

Vancouver, B.C., Canada March 25, 2011 – Clearlease.com reports Canadian wood and pre-manufactured housing companies are beginning to benefit from a pickup in demand resulting from the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

Viceroy Homes Ltd. is preparing to build and ship 200 pre-engineered temporary shelters to victims displaced by the world’s costliest natural disaster.

The quake and tsunami two weeks ago caused an estimated US$310 billion of damage. More than 10,000 people have been confirmed dead and 17,000 are missing.

Those who survived have been living in schools and other facilities.

Ontario-based Viceroy hopes to win orders from Japanese partner Selco Homes for up to 2,000 of the 30,000 very basic units requested by the Japanese government.

The initial order for 200 units is expected to be shipped in two weeks, Viceroy president Daniel Fox said Friday.

The company, which employs about 500 workers in Richmond, B.C., and Port Hope, Ont., expects to recall workers who are laid off during the seasonally slow winter season a little earlier than scheduled.

“As a result of this we’ve had to recall at this stage about 150 employees in Richmond — and if the demand ramps up quickly enough we may have to recall employees in Port Hope as well within the next three or four weeks,” Fox said in an interview.

Japan has been a very important market for Viceroy for more than 15 years. It has sold nearly 12,000 Canadian-built homes to Japan over the past decade.

Fox said the company wanted to do everything possible to help its Japanese customers and friends “who have endured an unbelievably difficult situation.”

It is designing basic 30 square-metre shelters containing a bedroom, kitchen and washroom. The units would normally sell for less than $10,000 in Canada but Viceroy wouldn’t disclose the actual selling price in Japan.

“This will be a money-maker, but very low margin. We are not making a lot of money on this.”

The company also hopes to eventually win contracts through Selco to sell full pre-engineered homes for the longer reconstruction phase.

Selco is among about 20 large builders bidding for the work. It expects to secure about 10 per cent of the 100,000 single family homes that will be required over the next three to five years in the devastated Northern region.

Success could compel Viceroy to hire some 100 to 250 additional workers.

The Japanese government has estimated that about 4,700 homes were totally destroyed, 2,500 half destroyed and 56,000 partly destroyed or damaged in the disaster.

Canada’s plywood and OSB manufacturers are already experiencing increased demand for materials during the temporary building stage, said Gerry Van Leeuwen, vice-president of International Wood Markets Group, a company that follows the industry.

Van Leeuwen said there is a shortage of panel board in the country because many Japanese mills were located in the devastated area.

“It’s expected that lumber will begin to flow again in the next couple of weeks as temporary shelters are being built,” he said.

In the longer-term, Canadian producers should benefit as the Japanese order quality lumber to rebuild permanent homes, he said.

Canada’s leading OSB suppliers to Japan Ainsworth Lumber Co. (TSX:ANS) and Tolko. The five largest lumber producers are Canfor Corp. (TSX:CFP), West Fraser Timber (TSX:WFT), Interfor, Western Forest Products (TSX:WEF) and Alberta’s Tolko.

After 15 years of decline, Japanese demand for Canadian wood increased to 2.3 million cubic metres of about one billion board feet in 2010.

DLC Clearlease offers leasing which allows you to structure a financing program that addresses your key business issues, including: cash flow, budget, transaction, and cyclical fluctuations. For example, some heavy equipment operators request seasonal leases, which allow them to schedule their payments during their busiest months.

Furthermore, financing your equipment from DLC Clearlease guarantees an affordable plan to suit your business equipment needs with less out-of-pocket expenditures, spreading your payments across a manageable period of time. Reserve your capital for other expenses by leasing your equipment from us and save resources, time, value, and straight capital, too. A lease is not considered a long-term debt or liability, so it does not appear as debt on your financial statement, making you more attractive to traditional lenders when you need them.

DLC Clearlease currently has the following employment opportunities available: http://clearlease.com/Career-Opportunities.html

About DLC Clearlease

Equipment Lease Financing in Vancouver, Surrey, Delta, Richmond, Langley, New Westminster, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, B.C. Also offering Automobile Lease Financing and Mortgage information. Founded by the Pidgeon brothers, DLC Clearlease is a free service that can qualify you for an automobile or equipment lease finance. You save time and effort by giving DLC Clearlease.com your information just once; DLC Clearlease has partnered with over 100 lenders to offer you the best rates and service, comparable to none. We offer a simple application process available at http://clearlease.com/How-to-Apply.html . You may have recently seen a Dominion Lending advertisement on such media outlets as: Global News, CTV News, CBC Television, Rogers Sportsnet or possibly heard the great Don Cherry, a Canadian Sports legend, discuss Dominion Lending Centres.

Contact DLC Clearlease.com:

Dominion Lending Centres Clearlease
HEAD OFFICE, Bentall Two, Suite 900, 555 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC, V7X 1M8, CANADA.
Mr. Pidgeon, Editor
Tel: (604) 696-1221 ext. 177
eMail: clearlease@gmail.com
Website: http://www.clearlease.com
News: http://clearlease.com/category/equipment-lease-blog/feed/rss

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Vancouver, B.C., Canada March 25, 2011 – Clearlease.com reports Canadian wood and pre-manufactured housing companies are beginning to benefit from a pickup in demand resulting from the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

Viceroy Homes Ltd. is preparing to build and ship 200 pre-engineered temporary shelters to victims displaced by the world’s costliest natural disaster.

The quake and tsunami two weeks ago caused an estimated US$310 billion of damage. More than 10,000 people have been confirmed dead and 17,000 are missing.

Those who survived have been living in schools and other facilities.

Ontario-based Viceroy hopes to win orders from Japanese partner Selco Homes for up to 2,000 of the 30,000 very basic units requested by the Japanese government.

The initial order for 200 units is expected to be shipped in two weeks, Viceroy president Daniel Fox said Friday.

The company, which employs about 500 workers in Richmond, B.C., and Port Hope, Ont., expects to recall workers who are laid off during the seasonally slow winter season a little earlier than scheduled.

“As a result of this we’ve had to recall at this stage about 150 employees in Richmond — and if the demand ramps up quickly enough we may have to recall employees in Port Hope as well within the next three or four weeks,” Fox said in an interview.

Japan has been a very important market for Viceroy for more than 15 years. It has sold nearly 12,000 Canadian-built homes to Japan over the past decade.

Fox said the company wanted to do everything possible to help its Japanese customers and friends “who have endured an unbelievably difficult situation.”

It is designing basic 30 square-metre shelters containing a bedroom, kitchen and washroom. The units would normally sell for less than $10,000 in Canada but Viceroy wouldn’t disclose the actual selling price in Japan.

“This will be a money-maker, but very low margin. We are not making a lot of money on this.”

The company also hopes to eventually win contracts through Selco to sell full pre-engineered homes for the longer reconstruction phase.

Selco is among about 20 large builders bidding for the work. It expects to secure about 10 per cent of the 100,000 single family homes that will be required over the next three to five years in the devastated Northern region.

Success could compel Viceroy to hire some 100 to 250 additional workers.

The Japanese government has estimated that about 4,700 homes were totally destroyed, 2,500 half destroyed and 56,000 partly destroyed or damaged in the disaster.

Canada’s plywood and OSB manufacturers are already experiencing increased demand for materials during the temporary building stage, said Gerry Van Leeuwen, vice-president of International Wood Markets Group, a company that follows the industry.

Van Leeuwen said there is a shortage of panel board in the country because many Japanese mills were located in the devastated area.

“It’s expected that lumber will begin to flow again in the next couple of weeks as temporary shelters are being built,” he said.

In the longer-term, Canadian producers should benefit as the Japanese order quality lumber to rebuild permanent homes, he said.

Canada’s leading OSB suppliers to Japan Ainsworth Lumber Co. (TSX:ANS) and Tolko. The five largest lumber producers are Canfor Corp. (TSX:CFP), West Fraser Timber (TSX:WFT), Interfor, Western Forest Products (TSX:WEF) and Alberta’s Tolko.

After 15 years of decline, Japanese demand for Canadian wood increased to 2.3 million cubic metres of about one billion board feet in 2010.

DLC Clearlease offers leasing which allows you to structure a financing program that addresses your key business issues, including: cash flow, budget, transaction, and cyclical fluctuations. For example, some heavy equipment operators request seasonal leases, which allow them to schedule their payments during their busiest months.

Furthermore, financing your equipment from DLC Clearlease guarantees an affordable plan to suit your business equipment needs with less out-of-pocket expenditures, spreading your payments across a manageable period of time. Reserve your capital for other expenses by leasing your equipment from us and save resources, time, value, and straight capital, too. A lease is not considered a long-term debt or liability, so it does not appear as debt on your financial statement, making you more attractive to traditional lenders when you need them.

DLC Clearlease currently has the following employment opportunities available: http://clearlease.com/Career-Opportunities.html

About DLC Clearlease

Equipment Lease Financing in Vancouver, Surrey, Delta, Richmond, Langley, New Westminster, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, B.C. Also offering Automobile Lease Financing and Mortgage information. Founded by the Pidgeon brothers, DLC Clearlease is a free service that can qualify you for an automobile or equipment lease finance. You save time and effort by giving DLC Clearlease.com your information just once; DLC Clearlease has partnered with over 100 lenders to offer you the best rates and service, comparable to none. We offer a simple application process available at http://clearlease.com/How-to-Apply.html . You may have recently seen a Dominion Lending advertisement on such media outlets as: Global News, CTV News, CBC Television, Rogers Sportsnet or possibly heard the great Don Cherry, a Canadian Sports legend, discuss Dominion Lending Centres.

Contact DLC Clearlease.com:

Dominion Lending Centres Clearlease
HEAD OFFICE, Bentall Two, Suite 900, 555 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC, V7X 1M8, CANADA.
Mr. Pidgeon, Editor
Tel: (604) 696-1221 ext. 177
eMail: clearlease@gmail.com
Website: http://www.clearlease.com
News: http://clearlease.com/category/equipment-lease-blog/feed/rss

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