CATCHMARK KEY FACTS

CatchMark seeks to deliver consistent and growing per share cash flow from disciplined acquisitions and superior management of prime timberlands located in high-demand U.S. mill markets.

CATCHMARK COMPANY STATS

1.5 MILLION

ACRES OF HIGH-QUALITY TIMBERLANDS IN WHICH CATCHMARK HAS AN OWNERSHIP INTEREST

438,800

WHOLLY-OWNED ACRES

17.4M

TONS OF MERCHANTABLE TIMBER IN OUR WHOLLY-OWNED ACREAGE

1.1M

JOINT VENTURE ACRES

40.3M

TONS OF MERCHANTABLE TIMBER IN OUR JOINT VENTURE ACREAGE

WHOLLY-OWNED PACIFIC NORTHWEST

87%

COMMERCIAL CONIFERS

82% / 18%

SAWTIMBER / PULPWOOD BY INVENTORY VOLUME

WHOLLY-OWNED U.S. SOUTH

72%

PINE BY ACREAGE

50% / 50%

SAWTIMBER / PULPWOOD BY INVENTORY VOLUME

JOINT VENTURE

66%

PINE BY ACREAGE

50% / 50%

SAWTIMBER / PULPWOOD BY INVENTORY VOLUME

WHAT IS A CATCHMARK?

A symbol of quality historically used by loggers, catchmark refers to the “branding” at the end of cut logs to ensure easy ownership identification of high-quality timber. Catchmarks were especially critical when multiple logging companies were cutting timber in the same forest and floating logs downriver for sorting and distribution to different mills.

In the early days of logging, catchmarks were cut into logs by axe or pounded in using branding hammers. Catchmarks are still in use today but may be in the form of barcodes or other identification symbols.