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Wisconsin Trucking Contractor Expands By Adding Timber Harvesting Operations

GOODRICH, Wisconsin — How important is logging to Jason Smola, owner of Smola Transit? “Logging is in my blood,” he said. So much so, when...

Growing Wisconsin Logger Continues Focus on Good Forest Management

ATHENS, Wisconsin – Good forest management has driven James Wilson’s logging business, which has grown steadily in only eight years. It’s been his focus...

Colorado Company No Ordinary Logging Contracting Business

ALMA, Colorado – Frank Grzesk can thank the pine beetle for helping grow his company, P&A Forestry. He is no ordinary logging contractor. His...

Wisconsin Region Supports Healthy Wood Markets for Family Business

OSHKOSH, Wisconsin – In east central Wisconsin, Scott Koerner appreciates the fact that the region supports healthy markets for a full range of wood...

Oregon Logging Family Relies On Ponsse and Tigercat Machines

SUTHERLIN. Oregon – Steep slopes and tall timber typify the kind of forests where L&L Inc. performs cut-to-length logging operations. Challenging, yes, but all...

North Carolina Logger Expanding Business He Acquired from Father

DUNN, North Carolina -- Sherrill Sewell has expanded the business and changed things up since he bought his father’s logging company, but one thing...

Woodland Equipment Demo of Tigercat CTL Machines Generates Strong Interest

KENTON, Michigan — Woodland Equipment hosted a demonstration of Tigercat cut-to-length equipment on the Michigan Upper Peninsula. The event, attended by a few hundred...

Husband and Wife Team Getting the Jobs Done Together on Michigan Upper Peninsula

GARDEN, Michigan – At some juncture in a marriage, a wife might suggest to her husband that he works many long hours — or...

Michigan Loggers Add Tigercat Track Harvester with New Head

LAND O’LAKES, Wisconsin — Mark and Jason Nordine recently took ownership of a new Tigercat track harvester for their logging business. Thanks in part...

New York Logger Completes Transition to Cut-To-Length

BINGHAMTON, New York — Bill Hopkins is 43, so he probably has a couple of decades left in the logging business. However, he already...
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