I would say they anticipate demand to be up in the future. It will take several months to a year to get the plant making a big contribution again. Of course if business was way up, they would need to have Valdosta, Colbert, and East Kentucky running again.
Those mills will probably never run again. At least not be run by WY, not unless there is sustained starts of over 1.8 million and even then it may not make sense. The first two are old and probably not worth starting up again, ever. EKY was built to make a product that could easily get squeezed out by other products. Not even a low cost producer like LPX can make any money on LSL. And if they can't, high over head TJ can't