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Logging and Sawmilling Journal- Dec/Jan 04/05

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Spotlight

A number of small sawmillers in northwestern BC are banding together to secure fibre in the midst of changing forest policies in the province.

Renewed focus on logging on the rock

Contractors Stuckless and Stuckless, former sawmillers, now focus on logging and were recently selected contractor of the year for Newfoundland and Labrador.

Delivering higher value timbers

Estevan Forest Management is pioneering a new harvesting and helicopter logging method that delivers higher value timber and opens up a whole new area of business.

Climbing steep growth curve

Quebec's MC Foret emphasizes offering quality contract forest management and harvesting services, all the while climbing a steep growth curve.

Cutting lumber in the oil patch

A small sawmiller is enduring the harsh climate of northern BC and Alberta to build a timber salvage/sawmilling business in the oilpatch.

Winning over private landowners

Tembec's Private Land Forest Management Service is winning over private landowners in Ontario's Cottage Country.

Double gains for panelboard producers

Ontarior's Panolam industries has tweaked its panelboard equipment to turn up production, while at the same time reducing waste material.

The Swedish Beast

Known to embrace new logging methods, BC Interior contractor Marl Logging has been able to ensure efficiency and performance from its cut-to-length logging equipment.

Cutting beetle kill

A new $10 million mill in the BC Interior has been designed primarily to convert dead and dry beetle-killed timber into dimensional lumber.

Forest FAQ's - British Columbia

In a new feature, Logging and Sawmilling Journal looks at the numbers behind the forest industry right across Canada, starting with BC.

Getting support from a new processor

New Brunswick's Hutchinson Logging's move to doing private woodlot work has been ably supported by a new Quadco L240 processor.

 

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