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Hardwood Market Report Marks 100-Year Milestone

The Hardwood Market Report marks its 100th year in 2022. “Reaching the century milestone is a rare accomplishment for a business,” said Judd Johnson, managing...

White House Seeks Tongass Logging Curbs

The Biden administration has filed its proposal to reinstate protections for the Tongass National Forest in Alaska. It represents a major step to reverse...

West Fraser Buys OSB Mill

West Fraser announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Georgia Pacific’s oriented strand board (OSB) mill near Allendale, South Carolina for...

Interfor Acquires Mills in East

Western Canadian lumber producer Interfor Corp. is expanding eastwards. It reached a deal to buy Eacom Timber Corp. for $385 million (U.S.), a lumber...

Roseburg Plans New Mill in North Carolina

Roseburg Forest Products will build a 375,000-square-foot sawmill across 200 acres of land in Weldon in northeast North Carolina. The business unit, named Roanoke Valley...

Product Profiles: CBI Names Midwest Crushing & Screening as the Authorized Dealer for Wisconsin

Midwest Crushing & Screening will now represent CBI in the state of Wisconsin. The organization will immediately assume responsibilities for sales, rentals, service, and...

Komatsu Offers New Harvester, Forwarder

Komatsu has introduced two new cut-to-length timber harvesting machines, the 931XC-3 8WD harvester and the 855-3 forwarder. Designed for extreme conditions from smarter thinning to...

Tigercat Introduces 822E Bunchers and Harvesters

Tigercat has introduced the 822E series of feller-bunchers and harvesters with the latest features and upgrades. The 822E is the most compact track feller-buncher and...

Fecon Offers Wider Mulcher for Standard Flow Skid Steers

Fecon has introduced the RK6015, a new, wider, standard flow mulcher head. It is ideal for use with most standard skid steer loaders, Avant-type...

Biden Plan Increases Funds for Thinning

President Joe Biden’s proposed ‘Build Back Better’ spending plan for infrastructure includes more than $15 billion over the next decade to thin fire-prone forests...
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