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Logging and Sawmilling Journal- Sept 2002



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A study on Ontario's value added sector offers some thought-provoking value of its own..


With a $20 million investment, a mothballed Alberta strawboard plant has been resurrected as a wood-based particleboard plant.

High growth contractor

BC's Tymatt contracting has grown in leaps and bounds thanks for increased mechanical harvesting on the BC coast.

Flying feller buncher

Tymatt Contracting tackled a tough harvesting job by disassembling and then flying in a TK 1162 tilting buncher.

Unique Logging has light footprint

Ontario contractor Unique Logging wins business with the low impact Dion tracked forwarder.

Guest Column

US Ambassador Paul Cellucci weighs in on the border issue, in the aftermath of September 11, and softwood lumber.

Solid Combo

Alberta logger finds a New Holland EC215 carrier and LogMax 750 Head to be a solid equipment combination.

Value-added birch and aspen

Alberta Birch and Aspen Wood Products is working to establish prairie hardwood as higher value product.

  Column - Industry Watch

US foundations line up to fund the environmentalists.


Tech Update- Debarking Equipment.  An up-to-date look at the important front-end mills iron, debarking equipment.

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