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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...

Minnesota Logger Chooses New Harvester Over His Retirement

PARK RAPIDS, Minnesota – Sometimes a birthday prompts us to make a decision. And that is the short story of how Robin Walsh, president...

Pennsylvania Logger Focused on Doing Quality Work and Growing His Business

PORT ROYAL, Pennsylvania – One good thing can lead to another. It certainly did for Kyle Deamer, owner of Mountainside Logging. Kyle started his logging...

Michigan Company Plans Continued Growth Throughout the Great Lakes

MARQUETTE, Michigan – Multi-species forestry is an important part of the economic health of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. More than 20 million acres of forest...

Ponsse Signs Two Dealers in the Southeast

Ponsse, the Finnish manufacturer of cut-to-length logging machines with operations in North America, has signed two dealers in the Southeast, where it has a...

Scandinavian Forestry Equipment in Steady Growth Mode

MANCHESTER, Pennsylvania – Scandinavian Forestry Equipment, a distributor of machinery and equipment for timber harvesting, is growing and on the move as it serves loggers...
LoxMax 7000XT In Action

New Harvester Attachment Proves Itself to Logging Contractor in Southern Illinois

VIENNA, Illinois — When it came to replacing his cut-to-length harvester, Wayne Bozarth listened to the voice of experience: an employee who had solid...
Tigercat 1185 Harvester

New York Company Seizes Opportunity To Expand by Adding Logging Operations

REMSEN, New York — Opportunity knocked, and Peter Stone and Matt Edwards stepped through the door, adding logging operations to their excavation contracting business...
Metcalf's Ponsse Scorpion King Harvester

Michigan Logger Relocates to Harvest Hurricane-Damaged Timber in Florida

NEWBERRY, Michigan – It’s not a short distance from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to the Florida panhandle. In fact, it’s about 1,320 miles. So...

Montana Logger Stays with Harvester That Has Brought Company Success

EUREKA, Montana – Pat and Mike Stoken discovered a harvester attachment that worked well for their logging company nearly 20 years ago – Log...
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