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Logging and Sawmilling Journal- November 2004

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It's been a year of company takeovers in the BC Interior, and the fallout of all this industry consolidation for contractors remains to be seen.

The top OSB producers

A review of OSB operations shows companies are seeing some sizzling returns.  Logging & Sawmilling Journal takes a look at the top OSB producers, worldwide, and where Canadian companies fit into the list.

Time Saving Truck Box

A new side loading/dumping truck box is offering considerable time savings loading and unloading

Guest Column: A good story to tell

The Canadian forest industry has a good environmental story to tell, and a recent independent report confirms this, says Avrim Lazar of the Forest Products Association of Canada

Powering out beyond utility poles

Miller Lumber's main business may be producing utility poles, but this Ontario sawmiller has branched out from that core business to diversity its product line.

Small and successful sawmiller

Small specialty sawmiller McQueen Custom Cuts has been successful in serving the wide variety of wood needs of a broad base of customers.

Performance drive iron

BC's Schunter Contracting has just about every brand of logging equipment going, and recently added to its connection of performance-driven iron with a Tigercat 870 feller buncher.

Embracing new methods

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.


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