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Logging and Sawmilling Journal- May 2003

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The ware against, Iraq, and the follow-up involvement there, has thrown softwood lumber off the radar screen in the United States.

Remote control skidder winching

A newly-available remote controlled cable skidder winching system could deliver increased productivity and reduce operator fatigue

Converting wood residue to energy

Princeton Wood Preservers, hit by some hefty natural gas bills, opts for a wood residue-based energy system.

Newfoundland sawmiller looks to market in Iceland

Supported by mill equipment investments, Jamestown Lumber is looking for develop new markets, including in Iceland.

Tigercat buncher delivers the goods

A customized Tigercat 822 buncher is delivering exactly what BC's Pioneer Logging requires:  good performance and production

Guest Column

Cecil Demers of the Ontario Forestry Safe Workplace Association on the tragic price that is paid for cutting corners and not carrying out proper safe work practices.

Sawmilling, Central American style

BC Logging contractor Ted LeRoy has setup a sawmilling operation far from home in Costa Rica.

Tech Update:  Scanning and Sensing Equipment

A review of what's new in technology and products in scanning and sensing equipment.


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