Pinnacle Feed and Pellet begins manufacture of pellet fuel at Quesnel mill.
Pinnacle Pellet Inc. is incorporated.
Williams Lake mill starts operations in August.
Houston mill commences operations in partnership with Canfor and Moricetown Indian Band.
Armstrong Mill bought to increase bagged product penetration.
Meadowbank mill starts operations in September.
Financial and administrative offices open in Kamloops, later moved to Richmond.
Burns Lake mill begins operation in February.
Acquired by ONCAP, part of Onex Corporation, in May.
Westview pellet export terminal in Prince Rupert starts operation in November.
Winner of the 2013 BC Exporter of the Year.
Achieved PEFC Chain of Custody Certification.
Lavington mill, constructed in Partnership with Tolko, starts commissioning in September.
Pinnacle Renewable Holdings Inc. Completes Initial Public Offering on Toronto Stock Exchange.
Pinnacle Commences Redevelopment of Smithers to a Wood Pellet Production Facility in Partnership with West Fraser.
Entwistle starts commissioning.
Entwistle commences commercial production.
Pinnacle Enters U.S. Southeast Region with Acquisition of 70% Stake in Production Facility in Aliceville, Alabama.
Pinnacle currently operates seven wood pellet production facilities throughout western Canada, and one production facility in Alabama. Pinnacle’s Canadian production facilities are all located on major rail lines allowing for efficient rail transport to one of two ocean shipping terminals on the B.C. coast: Pinnacle’s wholly-owned Westview terminal in Prince Rupert, and the Fibreco Terminal at the Port of Vancouver. The Alabama production facility utilizes inland waterways to cost-effectively transport pellets for ocean shipping via the Port of Mobile on the U.S. Gulf Coast.