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Peter Triandafillou

Vice President Woodlands

Huber

Direct Phone: (207) ***-**** ext. ***       

Huber Resources Corp

Huber

1000 Parkwood Circle

Atlanta, Georgia 30339

United States

Company Description

In addition to Huber, there are several suppliers that IBSA members can purchase from, including: Georgia-Pacific Corporation, Norbord Industries Inc., Louisiana-Pacific Corporation, International Paper Co., Grant, Langboard Inc. and Kronotex USA. Beyon... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Implementation Committee Member, Huber Resources
Keeping Maine's Forests

Board Member
Maine Forest Products Council

Board Member
Maine Technology Institute

Board Member
Maine Rural Partners

Web References (89 Total References)


Huber.com ยป Picturesque and pristine: Huber donates breathtaking land to state park in Maine

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Top photo: Commissioner William Beardsley and Doug Denico, Baxter State Park Authority Chair accept a framed photo of the donated land from Sherry Huber, Peter Triandafillou, Vice President, Huber Resources Corp, and Robert Currie, Vice President, Chief Communications & Public Affairs Officer of the J.M. Huber Corporation.


Wood pellet news and anncouncements : Maine Energy Systems

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Peter Triandafillou - Huber Resources Corp.


One of those opponents was Peter ...

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One of those opponents was Peter Triandafillou, vice president of Huber Resources Corp., who said his company hasn't sold any land to be used for a proposed national park, so he was surprised to see about 6,200 acres of its holdings on a park proponent's map within the proposal's 150,000-acre boundaries.

"Anybody can draw a line on a map. But from my perspective, I am not pleased about being included in a project that I am not a part of and don't necessarily favor," Triandafillou, whose land management company grows trees for the forest products industry, said.
...
Triandafillou said he had no intention of selling Huber's land. Like many park opponents, he feared the park would do harm to his business by bringing with it increased federal regulations.
"It limits options," Triandafillou said.
...
Triandafillou, who runs a wood merchandising and handling facility near the proposed park, said he can see the park restricting his ability to run logging trucks from his lands.
...
"When in close proximity to a park, if you propose a significant industrial development, you know there are going to be all kinds of people who wouldn't have shown up before who are going to come and protest it," Triandafillou said.
Triandafillou said he believes that, with its proximity to the Golden Road, rail lines, hydroelectric generation facilities and Interstate 95, Millinocket and the Katahdin region remain "a strategic place that could probably be redeveloped for value-added manufacturing."
"It is within a day's drive of some of the largest markets on the planet," he said.


One of those opponents was Peter ...

bangordailynews.com [cached]

One of those opponents was Peter Triandafillou, vice president of Huber Resources Corp., who said his company hasn't sold any land to be used for a proposed national park, so he was surprised to see about 6,200 acres of its holdings on a park proponent's map within the proposal's 150,000-acre boundaries.

"Anybody can draw a line on a map. But from my perspective, I am not pleased about being included in a project that I am not a part of and don't necessarily favor," Triandafillou, whose land management company grows trees for the forest products industry, said.
...
Triandafillou said he had no intention of selling Huber's land. Like many park opponents, he feared the park would do harm to his business by bringing with it increased federal regulations.
"It limits options," Triandafillou said.
...
Triandafillou, who runs a wood merchandising and handling facility near the proposed park, said he can see the park restricting his ability to run logging trucks from his lands.
...
"When in close proximity to a park, if you propose a significant industrial development, you know there are going to be all kinds of people who wouldn't have shown up before who are going to come and protest it," Triandafillou said.
Triandafillou said he believes that, with its proximity to the Golden Road, rail lines, hydroelectric generation facilities and Interstate 95, Millinocket and the Katahdin region remain "a strategic place that could probably be redeveloped for value-added manufacturing."
"It is within a day's drive of some of the largest markets on the planet," he said.


One of those opponents was Peter ...

bangordailynews.com [cached]

One of those opponents was Peter Triandafillou, vice president of Huber Resources Corp., who said his company hasn't sold any land to be used for a proposed national park, so he was surprised to see about 6,200 acres of its holdings on a park proponent's map within the proposal's 150,000-acre boundaries.

"Anybody can draw a line on a map. But from my perspective, I am not pleased about being included in a project that I am not a part of and don't necessarily favor," Triandafillou, whose land management company grows trees for the forest products industry, said.
...
Triandafillou said he had no intention of selling Huber's land. Like many park opponents, he feared the park would do harm to his business by bringing with it increased federal regulations.
"It limits options," Triandafillou said.
...
Triandafillou, who runs a wood merchandising and handling facility near the proposed park, said he can see the park restricting his ability to run logging trucks from his lands.
...
"When in close proximity to a park, if you propose a significant industrial development, you know there are going to be all kinds of people who wouldn't have shown up before who are going to come and protest it," Triandafillou said.
Triandafillou said he believes that, with its proximity to the Golden Road, rail lines, hydroelectric generation facilities and Interstate 95, Millinocket and the Katahdin region remain "a strategic place that could probably be redeveloped for value-added manufacturing."
"It is within a day's drive of some of the largest markets on the planet," he said.

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