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What does TIMOS stand for?

TIMOS stands for Timber Investment and Management Organizations


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That’s where TIMO, or Timber Investment Management Organizations.
We are located in central Mississippi and offer our services to a broad geographic area, which routinely includes all of Mississippi and portions of Alabama, Louisiana, and Arkansas. We can travel to any location and have worked as far away as Alaska. TimberCorp was founded in 1989 by Steve Butler. The company began by catering to small non-industrial private landowners, as well as bank trust departments that managed timberland. Over the years, TimberCorp’s services expanded to include significant work with institutional investors and Timber Investment Management Organizations.
7 million acres by Georgia-Pacific Corporation to Plum Creek Timber Company, and sales of 9. 7 million acres by International Paper Company and 4. 6 million acres by Boise-Cascade. The value of total corporate forestland sales was estimated to be approximately $30 billion, and the total acreage more than 27 million acres. In 1996, about 95 percent of industrial forestland in the United States was owned by vertically integrated forest product firms, but by 2006 at least half of the total acreage was estimated to be owned by Timber Investment Management Organizations.