At Shuqualak Lumber, we believe “quality” has as much to do with the long-term customer and employee relationships we’ve enjoyed over the years as it does with our reputation for consistently superior products.

company-1Now in our third and fourth generation of family ownership, we’re one of the Southeast’s  largest independent suppliers of Southern Yellow Pine—serving a growing network of  first-rate distributors and wholesalers, who know they can always count on us for responsive  service and solid value.

company-2In recent years, we’ve invested in a state-of-the-art operation upgrade, and expanded our annual production capacity to more than125 Million board feet. An investment that’s enabled us to maintain a competitive advantage in meeting customer needs, as reliably as possible, year round.


Shuqualak’s commitment to quality starts at the source. With dependable suppliers who bring us their best Butt Cut and 2nd Log material — because they know we’ll treat them right. Of course, the finished product we deliver ultimately results from our production standards. Standards we uphold for a customer base that comes to us when their customers expect more.


“Family Owned” means always being nimble enough to respond to changing customer needs. And at Shuqualak, we put the same emphasis on the quality of our service as we do on our products. Which is why you can always turn to us for  answers, advice and support when you have questions or challenges. It’s why our loyal  customers know that, when they’re in a jam, we’ll do whatever we can to help — from  rush orders to partial loads. To us, that’s what a relationship is all about.

So, how can we help you? 

Call us anytime during business hours (7:00 AM to 5:00 PM, CST) at 662-793-4528,  or email us at


Shuqualak Lumber is dedicated to the best practices of safety and environmentally-sound sustainability. First and foremost, we’ve created a workplace environment where everyone understands that people always come before profits.

At the same time, we’ve implemented a comprehensive materials recycling and repurposing program which ensures that virtually nothing in our plants ever goes to waste—whether it’s the sawdust we use for fuel in the boilers heating our kilns, or the wood chips we sell to the makers of cellulosic fiber used in baby diapers.