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Logging and Sawmilling Journal- Nov 2003

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TA hardwood mill in BC finds a new market for its aspen in an unlikely place:  the oil and gas exploration industry.

Farewell to Helen

In October, Logging and Sawmilling Journal lost a valued friend and contributor with the passing away of Helen Johnson, Tech Update editor for the magazine.

New Equipment combo ups production

Alberta logger Dale Giroux finds the combination of the new Risley LM2600 Lim-mit delimber on a Komatsu carrier is bringing increased production fir hi operation.

Industry News

Tembec has announced that it has successfully completed the acquisition of two Nexfor sawmills, located at La Sarre and Senneterre, Quebec, for $49.2 million plus working capital of $15 million.

Productive home for Trans-Gesco buncher

The first Trans-Gesco 475 feller buncher in Western Canada has found a productive home with Dowling C Monette logging.

Opening the door to specialty products

Particleboard maker Canpar finds the formula for its success lies in producing components for the door market.

After the fires

Following a disastrous summer of fires, the BC forest industry faces the challenge of dealing with the aftermath and figuring out what and how to salvage.

Guest Column

Jeff Serveau talks about the work the Canada Wood Export Program is doing to expand the offshore opportunities for Canadian wood at a time when Canadian companies are looking beyond the countervail-plagued American lumber market.

Combining forces on added-value

Two Prince George, BC companies are combining forces to resurrect - and build on - an added-value facility.



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