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  • Seizing the momentLog Commander Enterprises, owned by the Webster Brothers—Ryan and Curtis—of Quesnel, B.C. has chosen to seize the moment in the logging upturn, expanding their fleet of logging equipment by a factor of four in the last 18 months.
  • Idaho Forest Group’s Wood-Eating MachineOregon logging company continues to find success with its ‘never give up’ motto
  • Going full tiltNew logging operation Full Tilt Contracting is looking forward to doing exactly that—going full tilt—in the not too distant future, helped along by solid logging equipment and an experienced crew.
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