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Logging & Sawmilling Journal

September/October 2021

Logging & Sawmilling Journal

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Logging and Sawmilling JournalLOW GRADE WOOD=HIGH GRADE BENEFITS

B.C. Interior logger Bill Litke has ridden the rollercoaster of the forest industry over many decades.

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FIVE TIPS TO MAINTAIN YOUR UNDERCARRIAGE

Contractors can extend undercarriage life on their log loaders by following some routine maintenance procedures.

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September/October 2021

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Sawmill TrainingAFTER THE BURN

In one spark, Schmitz Timber Management Inc. lost a log loader and changed its focus to salvaging burned timber.

Steve's Extreme ExcavationFIREBREAK

Congress to finally step-up firefighting compensation with a new spending package.


The Edge

A new feature in Logging and Sawmilling Journal

Like the technological leap to mechanized logging, the Canadian forest industry is currently undergoing significant technological advances that will see the industry continue to evolve. CLICK HERE to read more


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