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Logging and Sawmilling Journal- Dec 200 Jan 2003

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Mini-skidders could be the way to go in harvesting some of BC's beetle-infected timber, say a Prince George company.

One-man value-added

Ontario's Terry Blair has moved into value=added products with hi Kara one-man mill.

Getting the most from its iron

Having a marine operations arm allows the Olsen Group to get the most out of its equipment.

Oregon Logging Conference Preview

An advance look at what will be going on at one of the industry's premiere logging shows in February.

Tembec's Timmins mill upgrade

A recent $8-million upgrade will help boost sawmill efficiency.


Future in furniture

Small added-value companies, like Country Woodworker's, could be a big part of the future for the forest industry.

BC's Top Coastal Contractors

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Better log Breakdowns

Weldwood's efforts to get better log breakdowns at its 100 Mile House Mill.

Successful in small wood

New Brunswick contractor Rick Binney finds success in small wood with hi Neuson harvester/Rottne forwarder combination.


Tech Update

A review of what's new in off-road tire and accessories.


Attention to detail

Ainsworth's OSB plant in BC continues to achieve impressive production numbers.

Guest Column

Economist Roslyn Kunin says the forest industry needs to focus on market diversification.


Counting on Sheep

At a time when interest in managing forests in an eco-friendly way continue to grow, using sheep for vegetation control can be a viable solution.



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