How to set up a Sierra Trading Post

  • September 12, 2021

Posted October 05, 2018 06:14:06The Sierra Trading post on the National Forest Service’s website was once the largest in the country, with more than 12,000 posts and more than 3,000 jobs, and was one of the largest publicly traded timber companies in the nation.

But the post’s fortunes took a major hit when the company went bankrupt in 2012.

Since then, the Sierra Trading posts revenue has fallen by nearly a third. 

The post is no longer online, and it’s unclear if any employees have found new work.

The post’s current CEO, Brian Schmitt, told the Washington Post in 2014 that he expected to “re-open the Sierra trading post” sometime in the next few years.

But he has since left the post.

Schmitt said that he hoped to reopen the post again sometime in 2017, but declined to provide a timeline.

As The Washington Post reported, Sierra Trading, which was the nation’s second largest timber company after the Forest Service, is now a private company that operates out of a warehouse in a remote logging town in northern Utah.

The company says that it had 1,500 employees in 2011, but has since cut that figure to 300.

After the Post’s report, Sierra trading posted a letter to its customers, saying that it was going to be reopening the post “soon.”

But the company’s online advertising has been largely absent since the company filed for bankruptcy in 2012, the Post reported. 

In a statement to The Post, Sierra Mining spokesman Jeff Puhl said that “it has been a difficult time for the company.

“It was not until today that Sierra Mining and Sierra Trading agreed to a revised agreement that was made public.” “

Sierra Mining has been looking to re-open its Sierra Trading in some form or another since late 2012, and has been in discussions with the post to make that happen,” Puhls statement said.

“It was not until today that Sierra Mining and Sierra Trading agreed to a revised agreement that was made public.”

The post was formerly called the Sierra Forestry Service.

The Post reports that the post is owned by the Forest Services, but that it’s been renamed the Sierra Timber Trading Post in 2016.

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