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  • Bay Wood Products is the best kept secret in Baldwin County. We believe in investing not only in our customers and products, but also in our people. We continually look to identify talent throughout the organization and invest our time, efforts and resources wholeheartedly into those who live by the company's values."

    - Kimberly Toche, HR Manager

  • “Anyone can do this. It is simple. It is doing it day in and day out, meeting the customer’s requirements and giving it to them when they want it - on time, every time. This is what sets us apart."

    - Jimmy Wilson, President

The daily mission of Bay Wood Products, Inc. (BWP) is to provide high quality, innovative, timely and cost-effective wooden material handling, along with storage and container solutions, biofuel and mulch, to meet the worldwide needs of our customers.

Welcome to Bay Wood Products, Inc.

Manufacturer of Custom Wood Pallets, Lumber, Crates, Biofuel & Mulch

Conveniently located between Mobile, Alabama, and Pensacola, Florida, Bay Wood Products Inc. is headquartered in Robertsdale, Alabama. One of the best kept secrets in Baldwin County, BWP employs more than 130 men and women who take pride in the craftsmanship of every custom crate and wooden pallet made on the 20-acre site.

The company has additional plant locations in Pasadena, Texas and Candler, North Carolina. Bay Wood Products also partners with First Alliance Logistics, a leading provider of logistics and pallet and waste recycling stream solutions. For a quote, or more information, call 251.960.1107.

Pallets Move the World

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jimmy wilsonA Word From Our President

From the Desk of Jimmy Wilson, President of Bay Wood Products

May 20, 2019 -- You may have heard that lumber prices are down nationally. So why are wooden pallet prices staying level or going up when the hardwood market is depressed? Here’s the rest of the story.

Like so many things, there’s not one simple answer. There are a multitude of factors making the price of low-grade lumber used to make pallets and other wood packaging products remain stable or cost more in today’s market.

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$1.5 million in
raw materials on site

$20 million
annual revenue

190 truckloads of
pallets monthly

Recycles up to 60
tons of wood scraps daily