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Timber & Timberland

Certification

Acres Cut & Planted

Sales Volume

Sales ($ Value)

Board of Directors

 

 

 

Timber & Timberland

Source: SEC Form 10K for 2003.

 

Million Cunits

Acres Fee Ownership

Acres Long-
Term Leases

Acres License Arrangements

Total
Acres

US West

62

2,274,000

   

2,274,000

US South

56

3,740,000

788,000

 

4,528,000

Total US

118

6,014,000

788,000

 

6,802,000

Alberta

99

   

7,616,000

7,616,000

British Columbia

146

662,000

 

3,908,000

4,570,000

New Brunswick

1

   

177,000

177,000

Ontario

47

1,000

 

5,947,000

5,948,000

Saskatchewan

82

   

12,214,000

12,214,000

Total Canada

375

663,000

 

29,862,000

30,525,000

International

3

203,000

7,000

76,000

286,000

Total

496

6,880,000

795,000

29,938,000

37,613,000

 

Certification

Source: SEC Form 10K for 2003.

Weyerhaeuser is obtaining independent certification of our forest practices and environmental systems. At the end of 2003:

 

Acres Cut & Planted

Source: SEC Form 10K for 2003.

 

Cut

Planted

US West

46,900

43,200

US South

138,300

149,400

Total US

185,200

192,600

Alberta

40,600

16,100

British Columbia

37,300

33,700

New Brunswick

1,500

100

Ontario

29,400

14,800

Saskatchewan

40,000

12,000

Total Canada

148,800

76,700

International

3,900

7,100

Total

337,900

276,400

 

 

Sales Volume

 Source: SEC Form 10K for 2003.

 

2003

2002

softwood lumber (billion bd ft)

8.981

8.623

plywood and veneer (billion sq ft)

2.904

2.903

composite panels (billion sq ft)

1.210

1.147

OSB (billion sq ft)

4.361

4.205

hardwood lumber (million bd ft)

427

427

raw materials (million cu ft)

488

595

pulp (million metric dry tons)

2.479

2.378

paper (million tons)

2.822

2.742

coated groundwood (tons)

234,000

210,000

liquid packaging (tons)

256,000

229,000

paper converting (million tons)

1.882

1.859

containerboard

890,000

983,000

packaging (million tons)

72.741

70.330

recycling (million tons)

2.290

2.292

bags (tons)

100,000

93,000

 

Sales ($ Value)

 Source: SEC Form 10K for 2003.

Net sales

2003

2002

 

$ million

% of total

$ million

% of total

Wood Products

8,244

41%

7,592

41%

Paper Products

3,862

19%

3,698

20%

Containerboard, Packaging, Recycling

4,322

22%

4,212

23%

Real Estate

2,029

10%

1,750

9%

Total

19,873

100%

18,521

100%

  

Net sales

2003

2002

 

$ million

% of total

$ million

% of total

softwood lumber

3,281

17%

3,186

17%

plywood

823

4%

734

4%

OSB and composite panels

1,502

8%

1,028

6%

hardwood lumber

320

2%

306

2%

engineered lumber products

1,179

6%

1,148

6%

raw materials (logs, chips, timber)

321

2%

472

3%

other wood products

818

4%

718

4%

pulp

1,305

7%

1,196

6%

paper

2,182

11%

2,163

12%

coated groundwood

140

1%

126

1%

liquid packaging

198

1%

179

1%

other paper products

37

0%

34

0%

containerboard

304

2%

350

2%

packaging

3,544

18%

3,466

19%

recycling

247

1%

229

1%

bags

80

0%

75

0%

other packaging products

147

1%

92

0%

real estate (single-family houses)

2,029

10%

1,750

9%

other products

1,416

7%

1,269

7%

Total

19,873

100%

18,521

100%

 

 

Board of Directors

Source: SEC Proxy Statement March 17, 2004.

STEVEN R. ROGEL, 61, a director of the Company since 1997, has been chairman of the board since 1999. He has been the Companyís president and chief executive officer since 1997. Prior to joining the Company, he served as the president and chief executive officer of Willamette Industries, Inc. from 1995 to 1997 and as its president and chief operating officer from 1991 to 1995. He is a director of the Kroger Company and Union Pacific Corporation, and serves on the National Executive Board Boy Scouts of America. He is also former Chairman of the American Forest & Paper Association, and the National Council for Air and Stream Improvement, Inc.

WILLIAM D. RUCKELSHAUS, 71, a director of the Company since 1989, is a strategic director in the Madrona Venture Group (an investment company), formed in 1999. He was chairman of Browning-Ferris Industries from 1995 to 1999 and its chairman and chief executive officer from 1988 to 1995. He was administrator, Environmental Protection Agency, from 1983 to 1985 and a senior vice president of the company from 1976 to 1983. He is also a director of Cummins Engine Company, Inc.; and Nordstrom, Inc.

RICHARD H. SINKFIELD, 61, a director of the Company since 1993, is a senior partner in the law firm of Rogers & Hardin in Atlanta, Georgia, and has been a partner in the firm since 1976. He was a director of United Auto Group, Inc. (automobile retailer) from 1993 to 1999 and its executive vice president and chief administrative officer from 1997 to 1999. He also is a director of Central Parking Corporation. He is a former director of the Metropolitan Atlanta Community Foundation, Inc. and the Atlanta College of Art. He is a trustee of Vanderbilt University, a member of the executive board of the Atlanta Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America and was a member of the board of governors of the State Bar of Georgia from 1990 to 1998.

JAMES N. SULLIVAN, 66, a director of the Company since 1998, is the retired vice chairman of the board of Chevron Texaco Corporation (international oil company) where he was a director from 1988 to 2000. He joined Chevron Texaco in 1961, was elected a vice president in 1983 and served as its vice chairman from 1989 to 2000.

MARTHA R. INGRAM, 68, a director of the Company since 1995, has been chairman of Ingram Industries, Inc. (book distribution, inland barging and insurance), since 1995 and a member of its board since 1981. She was its director of public affairs from 1979 to 1995. She is also a director of Ingram Micro, Inc.; and AmSouth Bancorporation. In addition, she serves on the board of Vassar College, and is chairman of the Board of Trust of Vanderbilt University. She also serves as chairman of the board of the Nashville Symphony Association, is on the Board of the Nashville Opera, the Nashville Ballet and the Tennessee Repertory Theatre and is former chairman of the board of the Tennessee Performing Arts Center. Mrs. Ingram was also chairman of the 1996 Tennessee Bicentennial Commission.

JOHN I. KIECKHEFER, 59, a director of the Company since 1990, has been president of Kieckhefer Associates, Inc. (investment and trust management) since 1989, and was senior vice president prior to that time. He has been engaged in commercial cattle operations since 1967 and is a trustee of J.W. Kieckhefer Foundation, an Arizona charitable trust.

ARNOLD G. LANGBO, 66, a director of the Company since 1999, was chairman of Kellogg Company (cereal products) from 1992 until his retirement in 2000. He joined Kellogg Canada Inc. in 1956 and was elected president, chief operating officer and a director of Kellogg Company in 1990. He served as chief executive officer of Kellogg Company from 1992 to 1999. He is also a director of Johnson & Johnson and Whirlpool Corporation and serves on the board of the International Youth Foundation.

RICHARD F. HASKAYNE, 69, a director of the Company since 2000, is chairman of TransCanada Corporation (gas transmission and power generation) and was chairman of Fording Inc. (coal and industrial minerals) from 2001 to 2003. He was chairman of NOVA Corporation from 1991 to 1998 until the company merged with TransCanada Pipelines. He was chairman of the board of MacMillan Bloedel Limited from 1996 to 1999 and is also a director of Encana Corporation. He was chairman, president and chief executive officer of Interhome Energy Inc., the parent company of Interprovincial Pipe Line and Home Oil from 1986 to 1991. In 1997, he was appointed an officer of the Order of Canada. In addition, he is director emeritus of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and board of governors chair emeritus of the board of the University of Calgary (after serving as chair from 1990 to 1996).

ROBERT J. HERBOLD, 61, a director of the Company since 1999, served as executive vice president and chief operating officer of Microsoft Corporation from 1994 until his retirement in spring, 2001. From 2001 until June, 2003 he worked part time for Microsoft as executive vice president assisting in the government, industry and customer areas. Currently he is the managing director of Herbold Group, LLC, a consulting firm. Prior to joining Microsoft in 1994, he was senior vice president, advertising and information services, at The Procter & Gamble Company. He is a director of Agilent Technologies, First Mutual Bank, and Cintas Corporation. In addition, he is a member of the Presidentís Council of Advisors on Science and Technology and the board of trustees of Case Western Reserve University.

RT. HON. DONALD F. MAZANKOWSKI, 68, a director of the Company since 1997, is a business consultant. He was a Member of Parliament, Government of Canada, from 1968 to 1993, served as Deputy Prime Minister from 1986 to 1993 and as Minister of Finance from 1991 to 1993. He also is a director of the Power Group of Companies; Shaw Communications, Inc.; IMC Global Inc.; Great West Life Assurance, Investors Group; Yellow Pages Group; Canadian Oilsands Trust and Atco Ltd. He is a past member of the board of governors of the University of Alberta and is past chairman of the Institute of Health Economics and of the Canadian Genetic Diseases Network.

NICOLE W. PIASECKI, 41, a director of the Company since June, 2003, is executive vice president of Business Strategy & Marketing for Boeing Commercial Airplanes, The Boeing Company. She was vice president of Commercial Airplanes Sales, Leasing Companies from 2000 until January 2003; the Boeing Commercial Airplanes sales director for the Americas from 1997 to 2000; and served in various management positions in sales, marketing, and business strategy for the Commercial Aircraft Group from 1991 when she joined The Boeing Company as a customer engineer on the 777 airplane program until 1997. She is also a director of Coal Valley Company; YWCA; World Trade Center Seattle and is a fellow of the British American Project.