DSL Ltd. is located in Prince George, British Columbia Canada, milling specialty lumber sizes for over 40 years. Featuring a Stetson Ross Planer that can cut 1" and 2" product on custom planing programs, DSL Ltd. supplys central interior sawmills with precisely milled kiln sticks, lath and dunnage.
The pine and spruce of the central interior is among the best wood species in the world for strength, availability and price. If you would like to know more about what we produce contact us today!
DSL Mills Ltd. is committed to providing quality manufactured products and services that comply consistently with our customers specification requirements and certification standards. We will combine this with cost effective production and on time delivery of all products.
DSL was incorporated in 1974 with a vision to supply quality lumber products to our customers throughout Central and Northern British Columbia. We employ over 40 people and can provide our customers with a variety of specialty products.
Over the past 40 years our Lumber Mill has gone through some impressive changes. Our mill was originally designed to produce kiln sticks and lath but with a number of upgrades to our plant processes we now have the ability to custom manufacture a variety of wood products according to our customer's needs and specifications.
DSL believes in giving back to the community through support and sponsorship of organizations such as Ducks Unlimited, Spruce City Wildlife and the Child Development Centre. We also support Ness Lake Bible Camp as well as local Minor Hockey and Lacrosse Teams.
DSL is a member of the Prince George Chamber of Commerce, the Canadian Mill Services Association, BC Wood and Forintek. Dollar Saver lumber is also a member of the Central Interior Wood Processors Association, and the Northern Forest Products Association.
We are proud of our long standing commitment of providing value added lumber products, to assist the Forest Industry and the Silviculture Industry to obtain a Renewable resource and a long term economic future for BC.