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Logging and Sawmilling Journal- July Aug 2003

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Spotlight

A new CT scanner at research organization Forintek will help forest companies look further inside the log.

Doing it differently- Swedish Style

A Swedish sawmill take a different approach with a single pass system that yields a variety of lumber sizes.

Up to the Challenge

Ontario contractor Tom Canuel takes on the challenge of working with new equipment: the Caterpillar 580 harvester.

Radical reman concepts

Canadian forest company Interfor uses some radical new concepts in a new reman mill in the United States.

Equipment evolution in Newfoundland

Newfoundland contract A&F Hollett and Son Ltd has seen constant equipment evolution in its half-century in the business.

Turning wood Residue into revenue

The upcoming Residue-To-Revenue Residual Wood Conference - will look at current uses for residual wood and the exciting new emerging markets.

High-value harvesting in New Brunswick

Logger Andrew Clark provides high quality forest management for woodlot owners in New Brunswick.

Delivering on the details at Quality

Ontario's Quality Hardwoods gives customers what they want, with a strong focus on the details.

Creating the World's Largest Sawmill

The people at Canfor Houston and their contractors have been busy creating the world's largest sawmill, with annual production of 600 million board feet.

Guest Column

Canadian Senator Pat Carney, former Minister of International trade, who is very familiar with the softwood lumber file, gives her take on the current softwood lumber situation with the United States.

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