Roseburg Resources Announces Reorganization

As a result of several strategic developments within the company, including the recent sale of its California timberlands and purchase of 158,000 acres in Virginia and North Carolina, Roseburg Resources Co. has reviewed its organizational structure, leading to the promotion of three key managers to newly created director positions. 
 
Phil Adams, former Manager of Land and Timber, has been promoted to Director of Timberlands. In this role, Phil will provide overall leadership and direction to all Roseburg-owned and -managed fee timberland assets, forest management and real estate programs. He also will assume leadership of Roseburg’s strategic timberland acquisition and disposition program.
 
Gabe Crane, former Manager of Log Acquisitions, Marketing and Softwood Resources, has been promoted to Director of Resource Operations and Sales. Gabe now has overall responsibility and leadership of all Roseburg-owned and -managed fee harvest operations and raw material sales and marketing. He will work closely with Steve Courtney, Roseburg’s new Director of Solid Wood Resource Procurement, to ensure alignment, coordination and optimization of company log resources.
 
Tony Powell, former Manager of Resource Technical Services, has been promoted to Director of Resource Technical Services. Tony will provide overall leadership and direction for all Resource information systems, inventory programs, forest planning and business analytics. This includes all analysis for asset management, operations and sales, capital investments, acquisitions, dispositions and valuations.
 
“These promotions reflect not only each individual’s contribution to the company and expertise in the field, but also Roseburg’s continued dedication to developing our talented people and promoting from within,” Senior Vice President of Resources Scott Folk said. “Roseburg Resources has the people, knowledge and momentum to drive continued growth and success for the company.”