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M.M. Wright Forges Ahead in Virginia Despite Challenges: Company Has Strong Ties to Barko as Customer and Dealer - M.M. Wright Forges Ahead; Loggers Have Strong Ties to Barko as Customer, Dealer  [Topic:Logging Operation Case Studies: Mid Atlantic]

Miller Timber Harvests Steep Slopes of Pacific Northwest: Relies on Ponsse Equipment and Synchrowinch Cable Assist System  - Located in Philomath, Oregon, Miller Timber Services is on the leading edge of new thinking and new tech in forestry. [Topic:Logging Operation Case Studies: West Coast]

Generational Logger Runs Shovel Logging Operation in Oregon: Doosan, Log Max Assist Ken Oleman Logging  - Shovel logging is a ground-based logging system that uses a log loader—often called a “shovel”—instead of a skidder or forwarder to move logs.  [Topic:Logging Operation Case Studies: West Coast]

Firewood Key for Nursery Business: Osborne Nursery Adds Splitter from Automated Biomass Systems  - Osborne Nursery produces and sells firewood and landscape mulch. The company operates a wood yard and gets wood that is too big for small chippers. [Topic:Firewood]

Save a Forest, Use Wood Products  - Every time you use a forest product, it is as if you are ordering another tree to be planted, and the reforestation cycle begins all over again.  [Topic:Environmental Issues]

Safety Alert: Overloaded Log Truck Traveling Too Fast  - The speed limit was 35 miles per hour, and the log truck was overloaded. As the truck went into the curve, the trailer began leaning hard to the right–towards the outer lane of traffic where a passenger car was. [Topic:Safety/OSHA]


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