Logging and Sawmilling Journal - September 05

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Spotlight

An exercise in grass roots land use planning in BC is presenting an interesting model that other forest companies and resource users could follow.

Reworking the hardwood mill

Jim Boniferro has been successful in building a new hardwood business in Ontario, after buying existing mill facilities from Domtar and then adding capital investments and plenty of energy and enthusiasm.

Haida working hard to maintain
market

BC’s Haida Forest Products has worked hard to get its signature western red cedar products established, and is working even harder to maintain that position.

Meeting demanding logging
standards

New Brunswick logging contractor Danny Lunn is finding a Tigercat 845B/LogMax 7000 head combination fits the demanding needs of his customers.

Alberta equipment trailblazers

Alberta’s forestry equipment innovators have left a very positive mark on the forest industry, in everything from harvesting equipment to sawmills.

New $130M LVL plant

Temlam is adding to its LVL production capacity with a new $130 million LVL plant in northwestern Quebec.

Tree farming, with farmers

Alberta farmers are praising a tree farming initiative from Alberta Pacific Forest Industries that offers them guaranteed payments.

Bringing a mill back to life

An abandoned sawmill south of the line has roared back to life as a reman operation and is using Canadian lumber to produce high-value product.

Staying ahead in the logging
game

Working smart—and keeping its Cat equipment in good shape—has helped Jebway Contracting to stay ahead in the logging game.

Forestry FAQs: Prince Edward Island

In this ongoing feature, Logging & Sawmilling Journal takes a look at the forest resources in Canada’s smallest province, Prince Edward Island.

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