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Check out articles from previous issues of Northern Logger and Timber Processor Magazine.
Canopy Timber Alternatives Finds Opportunity in Global Economy
The export log market remains viable and very important for companies like Anderson’s. It also provides a diversity of markets for loggers and other suppliers in the Northeast and diversification is key to survival for any wood products business.
New Technology in Vermont’s Forest Operations
Reflecting on the opportunity to modernize, Wilcox said, “We created the app to make the manual easier to access, as well as to provide other tools that would be helpful in implementing the AMPs. Smartphone apps are a natural progression for outreach, and it will allow us to update the manual and tools easily and provides a platform for new technology to be added in the future.”
Local Species Cross-Laminated Timber Nearly Commercial in the Northeast
Mass timber, which uses glulam beams and cross-laminated timber, is starting to take hold in the commercial building field. Mass timber is much more carbon friendly – replacing traditional concrete and steel – and can often compete on price partly because the construction phase for this technique is so much faster than concrete and steel.