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  • A Good Crew Makes the CompanyRDL Northwest Inc., Lebanon, Ore.
  • On their way to hitting production goalsNewfoundland’s Burton’s Cove Logging and Lumber has an ambitious goal: to reach annual production of 20 million board feet. With recent mill upgrades—and a team effort—they are well on their way.
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