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November 1999



Mill Profile
Fibre Board
Equipment Profile
Adding Value
Value Added
Road Building
Part Cuts Show


Calendar of Events
Tech Update

Site Information

Contact List
Subscription Info
Past Issues Archive

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but.gif (811 bytes) Spotlight

A new show on the East coast lives
up to its promise of being an industry showcase.

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Home Improvement.  Viceroy Homes incorporates
computerized cutting into its operations.

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Furnishing the Furniture Market.  Ontario
hardwood sawmiller RJ Dungey and Sons finds
success in US furniture market.

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Clam Dunk.  A Rotobec powerclam with cutoff
saw does blowdown work..

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The New Tiger.  Tigercat's new 630 skidder is
getting good marks in the ast and west


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A wide variety of equipment was
working at Part  Cuts '99 Demo

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URBAN Wood BASKET.  CanFibre’s new
$70 million (US) plant is using old pallets and
wood construction waste to create North America’s first
100 per cent recycled medium density fibreboard.

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but.gif (811 bytes)Adding Value

An Irving operation utilizes mill waste wood to
produce finger-jointed material.

but.gif (811 bytes)Road Building

Saskatchewan's Murray Thideman uses some
innovative roadbuilding methods.



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Clark Failed to Bridge the Distrust of Industry

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