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Logging and Sawmilling Journal
July/August 2000

 

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Spotlight
Cat is Back
Fire Salvage
The Ultimate Answer
Hitting the Bullseye
Involving the Contractor
High-End Value Added
Timber Co-op
High Gains
Demo 2000 Preview
Taking Control
Going from Big to Small
Balanced Approach
OSB Payoff
Teaming-Up
Sizing Up Injuries
Balancing the Scales
Guest Column

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Features:

Spotlight

The Maritime Lumber Bureau's annual meeting included discussions on how to deal with a new forest pest.

Cat Is Back

Caterpillar is getting back into the tracked feller buncher market.


Fire Salvage

Manitoba's P&A Contracting faced a tight time-line for havesting a burned area, but it delivered.


The Ultimate Answer

New Brunswick contractor Claude Caron finds Ultimate heads provide consistent production & minimal downtime.


Hitting the Bullseye

Two brothers in BC have extended their lumber printing equipment company by producing arrows, as in bow and arrows.


Involving the Contractor

Alberta Contractor Rick Eliuk provides Lako Oy with important feedback on its harvest head.


High-End Value-Added

Projects for BC's Trayler & Co have included millwork for Bill Gates' $60 million house in Seattle.


Timber Co-op

The Athol Forestry Co-op offers Nova Scotia woodlot owners a variety of benefits.


High Gains

Slocan's Mackenzie sawmills have been able to achieve high production gains with no equipment upgrades.


Demo 2000 Preview

Kelowna, BC is the place to be Sept 14-16 with Demo 2000.


Taking Control

Value-Added operation in BC takes control of wood at the sawmill level to ensure they receive quality material.


Going from Big to Small

Alberta's John O'Brien moves from working for a large forest company to running his own portable sawmill.


Balanced Approach

Newfoundland logging contractor Woodrow Fudge takes a balanced approach to wood harvesting.


OSB Payoff

Panneaux Malette's investment in upgraded facilities has paid off with greater production.


Teaming-Up

Smaller tenure holders team up with large companies to form a co-operative forest management alliance in Ontario.


Sizing Up Injuries

Efforts are ongoing to size up and nail down strain and sprain injuries in the Canadian forest industry.


Balancing the Scales

Log scaling in BC is facing challenges due to goverment cutbacks and technology changes


Guest Column

It's Time to Look at Forestry Developments Beyond Canada.

 
We Will be Broadcasting Live Through the Internet At the Show.  Please Tune In September 14-16

Departments:

Tech Update- GIS and GPS Systems

Supplier Newsline

Column: Industry Watch - Some Provocative Thoughts on Marketing Canadian Forest Products

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