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Logging Operation Case Studies: Canada

  Carroll Enterprises Ltd. Continues Longstanding History with Log Max - Canadian logging company has relied on Log Max since 1992.  (5/1/2016)

  New Brunswick Logger Relies on Log Max: Log Max 7000C with Tigercat carrier proves good combination for S&S Logging - Canada''s maritime province located just adjacent to and east of Maine, is a region with abundant forest resources. The province''s forest products industry is picking up steam again.   (5/1/2015)

  Full Circle: André Gagnon, A Quebec Businessman, Got His Start in Forestry as a Feller Buncher Operator - Andre Gagnon and his son Nicholas have built a successful logging company with 36 Caterpillar machines. Tronconnage Gagnon, Inc. started out cross cutting timber but has expanded into a diverse combination of logging (25% of business), road building (15%), millyard wood handling (60%), and trucking.  (11/1/2011)

  Authors of Steve Baillargeon Article Identified - The May 2011 TimberLine article entitled “New Hampshire Logger Stays Ahead of the Pack with Tigercat.  (7/1/2011)

  Cat CTL Equipment Keeps Quebec Logging Contractor Going Strong - North of Lac Saint-Jean, deep in the spruce and fir forests of central Quebec, Pascal Bouchard carries on with the business his father started 40 years ago.  (5/1/2010)

  Continental Biomass Industries Helps Enligna Keep Going Green - Enligna Canada turns to Continental Biomass Industries for help addressing an issue with their raw material preparation in its pelletizing operation.  (4/1/2010)

  Alberta Contractor a Leader in Land Clearing: Bear Slashing a Big Believer in Benefits of Using Forestry Mulchers to Clear Vegetation - Bear Slashing – Alberta Contractor Benefits from Cleanfix Fans on Mulchers  (6/1/2008)

  BC Contractor Finds Opportunity in Grinding: Duratech Tub Grinder Processes Material Left by Cutting Roads, Landings for Oil Crews - Duratech Grinder Keys Operations for Canadian Company  (4/1/2008)

  Specialty Fans Benefit Logging Machines - Cleanfix Fans Keep Engines Running Cool; VP Series Reduces Fuel Consumption  (9/1/2006)

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