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An All-around Logging and Lot Management Outfit Premier Forest Products Depends on the Versatility...

Anthony Zimmerman wanted a strong and versatile processing head, adept in hardwood and softwood; he got it in the Log Max® 7000B. OREGON, Illinois —...

Keto Heads Are Getting the Job Done in South, NW

Logging companies from the Northwest and South comment on Keto heads. Bark exists for a reason. It protects the wood fiber beneath. So intact bark...

Smola Brothers, Inc. Transitions to Log Max Heads and Reduces Downtime

ATHENS, Wisconsin — Downtime is a perfectly acceptable word. In some settings, though, the word can be provocative, as when downtime becomes a serious...

Kentucky Logger Moves into C-T-L for Pine

Salem Log Yard Completes Transition to Link-Belt Carriers with Log Max Harvesters SALEM, KENTUCKY – As a 17-year-old high-school graduate in 1992, Joey Rittenberry knew...

Mitchell Logging Moves to Full Mechanization

Mechanization adds 40% production boost for New York logging company. Timberline SDL2a Stroke Boom Delimber-Processor Easily Handles Hardwoods in New York's Adirondack Mts. TUPPER LAKE, New...

Maine Logger Is Four Decades Strong

Blondin supplies R.A. Thomas Logging Rottne machines, LogMax processing heads GUILORD, Maine -- Richard Thomas knew when he was still in high school that 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...

Logger, Dealer Forge Longstanding Relationship Richards Logging Relies on CJ Logging Equipment

Tigercat equipment proves sure-footed match for rugged Adirondacks.   TUPPER LAKE, New York – Beech, balsam, cedar and soft maple are among the towering beauties that...

Marshall Logging Adds Eco Log Machine; New Company Distributing Swedish Brand

ANTIGO, Wisconsin – Even though Kevin Marshall has worked in logging for about 30 years, he’s not afraid to try something new. That’s why...
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