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Log Max® 10000XT Is Newest of a Trio of Log Max Heads Bolstering Efforts...

Three Log Max ® heads are strong players on large equipment roster of Washington State logger. BATTLE GROUND, Washington – Shovel logging, tower logging, thinning,...

Plumley Contracting Co. Inc. Likes the Heft and Durability of Caterpillar® Forestry Equipment

Cat® 522B feller buncher proves a good fit for a Pacific Northwest mechanical logging operation. WHITE CITY, Oregon – Yes, it’s a logging operation in...

Oregon Logger Gets Combination of Precision, Durability and Gentle Touch in Log Max® 7000XT

Log Max heads and Log Max Log Mate 500 computer are right at home at yarder sites. WILLAMINA, Oregon – Alder is a hardwood with...

L&L’s Future Hitched to CTL: Ponsse a firm partner in change and the move...

L&L Inc. relies upon Ponsse machinery to move into cut-to-length logging. The two partner as L&L makes a major move from Montana to Oregon. MEDFORD,...

Oregon Logger on the Rebound: Log Max a Key Supplier for Sword Logging

Scott Sword, owner of Sword Logging, Inc., is rebounding from the poor economy as his company has revived his company by moving to cable...

Oregon Logger Adds Second Log Max at Olstedt Trucking: Finds Harvesters Good Fit for...

Olstedt Trucking turns to Log Max 10000XT and Log Max 12000 harvesters as a good solution for its cable logging needs in Oregon. JEWELL, Oregon—Logging...

The ‘Miller Timber Way’ Works with Ponsse ALL the Way

Miller Timber Services, Inc. exclusively uses Ponsse for all it''s cut-to-length operating equipment. Because of their combined partnership this provides them with a mutually...

McLaughlin Logging Finds Niche in Thinning: Log Max Harvesters Prove Good Fit for Idaho...

McLaughlin Logging – Log Max Harvesters Prove Good Fit for Idaho Contractor OROFINO, Idaho — Might, myth and magic add glitter to the history of...

Montana Man Voice for Forest Products Industry

Jim Hurst Is Driven by Concern for Others In Making Strong Defense of Timber Industry and Rural Life EUREKA, Montana — Picture a 55-year-old man...
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