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TimberWest January/February 2011

January/February 2013

Oregon Logging Conference Showguide

Logging & Politics
Bob Luoto takes logging story to D.C.

Madill 172 rebuilt from the ashes

Woody Biomass Column
Montana Reports Shows Biomass Success Picture

Strong Ties
Chambers Logging Co. says partnering with firms has created a solid foundation for the company

Developing a Niche
Twin Sisters Trucking Inc. adds
long logs and poles

Private Land, Public Access
Bellingham timberland trail demonstrateswhat it takes to make public access work

Guest Columnist
Understanding the California Fivespined Ips and Its Outbreaks

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Machinery Row

Wilkinson Named John Deere’s Vice President, Worldwide Forestry and Business Development

John Deere’s Worldwide Construction & Forestry Division has implemented organizational changes to enhance its focus on forestry customers.

The changes include the appointment of Martin L. Wilkinson to the position of Vice President, Worldwide Forestry and Business Development in the Worldwide Construction & Forestry Division. In his expanded role, Wilkinson assumes responsibility for the division’s forestry business worldwide, while retaining his responsibilities for business development, strategic planning and communications.

Wilkinson has held a variety of executive positions with Deere including work in the disciplines of business development, renewable energy, information technology, manufacturing, strategic planning, finance and accounting.

www.JohnDeere.com.


Sonsray Machinery Acquires 11 Case Power & Equipment Locations

Case Construction Equipment entered into an agreement with Sonsray Machinery, LLC, of Los Angeles, under which Sonsray Machinery will acquire and operate 11 Case dealership branch office locations in California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington.

Previously owned and operated by Case Power and Equipment, a subsidiary of CNH Construction Equipment, the Sonsray Machinery locations stretch from the San Diego area in Southern California to the Seattle area in Washington.

Sonsray Machinery will provide comprehensive sales, as well as parts and service support for Case customers through branch offices in El Cajon, Fontana, Santa Fe Springs, Sacramento, Stockton and Redding, Calif.; Sparks, Nev.; Portland and Salem, Ore.; and Auburn and Marysville, Wash.

www.casece.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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