Just outside of Edinburgh, Scotland, Sandy Crook has retired from his full time arborist business to spend more time with what he really enjoys, seeing timber turned into final products. With his full complement of Wood-Mizer sawmills and new MP360 planer/moulder, he can do everything in-house.
Manufacturing pallets for nearly 40 years, the Indiana-based Coomer & Sons Sawmill has grown from a small garage start-up into a commercial-sized operation producing thousands of pallets daily.
Vancouver Urban Timberworks utilizes their WM1000 sawmill to produce live-edge slabs and custom wood furniture from locally salvaged wood.
By installing a Wood-Mizer WM4000 industrial headrig to replace their outdated circular sawmill, Honey Grove Hardwoods increased efficiency, yield, and profits for their commercial grade lumber operation.
Jennifer Alger recounts her once in a lifetime experience when Far West Forest Products salvaged three, old-growth, windfall, giant sequoia redwood trees in California.
For nearly two decades, Darrell Gruver has built and grown his two businesses, D&D Logging and D&D Hardwood LLC, with a knack for identifying problems as opportunities and a Wood-Mizer sawmill.
Westgate Urban Woods began with the vision of two men who recognized an opportunity to salvage underutilized claro walnut and english walnut trees.
Art Blumenkron of Goby Walnut and Western Hardwoods is utilizing a WM1000 industrial headrig and LT50 Hydraulic sawmill to save downed and damaged urban trees in Portland, Oregon.
By creating high quality wood products, Wood Castle Furniture is upholding their long family woodworking tradition with a WM4000 Headrig.
The California based Far West Forest Products is making a living by salvaging urban timber with their WM1000 headrig.