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Logging and Sawmilling Journal- February 2003

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Features:

Spotlight

This could be a watershed year in BC's First Nations treaty process, possibly removing some uncertainty for the province's forest industry.

Interfor's Hammond investment

Interfor invests in its Hammond operation, the largest cedar sawmill in the world, to maximize value extraction.

Weyerhauser's $260 million investment

The company's new TimberStrand mill in Kenora is the largest mill of its kind in the world.

Portland Show Preview

A preview of the Wood Technology Clinic & Show coming up in Portland, Oregon in March.

Going back to wheels

New Brunswick logger Sean Story opts to get back on wheels with a Timberjack 1270 harvester.

Northern Alberta's Foresty Show

Organizers are gearing up for the 2003 Northern Alberta Forestry Show to be held from May 9 to 11

Staying ahead of the curve

Alberta's Buchanan Lumber stay ahead of the competitive curve with recent upgrades.

Bigger Wood Basket

Afforestation - Returning open land to forests - and rotation hybrid tree species offer a new potential.

Getting the most from your upgrade

Consultants provide tips on how to get the most from a sawmill upgrade.

Tech Update

Certification Auditors and Accreditors

 

Flexible and innovative logger

Quebec contractor Fernando Perrier finds the best business formula is to be flexible and innovative.

Supplier Newsline

What's new in the industry.

 

Stream Protector

An innovative arched fibreglass culvert system is getting some attention.

Guest Column

Consultant Peter Miley talks about how companies can meet the changing needs of the residential construction industry.

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