Boise Cascade Corp. has announced the public offering of $100 million in 95/8-percent notes due in 1998 at 99.6 percent of their face value.
The notes will be callable at 100 percent, plus accured interest, on or after July 15, 1995, the Boise-based integrated forest products company said Friday.
The net proceeds of the offering will be used to repay short-term debt and for "other corporate purposes," according to a Boise Cascade news release.
The First Boston Corp., Lazard Freres & Co., and Salomon Brothers Inc. are the underwriters for the notes, the company said.
Boise Cascade, with operations primarily in the United States and Canada, manufactures and distributes paper and paper products, office products and building products, and owns and manages timberland to support those operations.