TimberLine October 2010 : Page 1

FREE TimberLine Subscription Visit www.timberlinemag.com or pg. 30 PRSRT STD U.S.POSTAGE PAID PERMIT NO. 12 INDIANA, PA 15701 October 2010 • Volume 16, Number 10 IN THIS ISSUE WOOD WASTE GRINDING 4...Hogzilla Keeps Phillips & Jordan Prof-itable in Tough Times—Over time, Phillips and Jordan, Inc. has expanded to become a major player in heavy construction nation-wide. With the onset of the recession, P&J pulled back to its roots. Now its land clearing division is keeping the company afloat, with the help of six Hogzilla tracked tub grinders. 10...Bandit Model 2290 Whole Tree Chip-per is Newest Addition to Growing Tri-State Timber—To capture the full value of fiber, a Missouri logger, Don Gibson of Tri-State Timber, adds a Bandit model 2290 whole tree chipper. 15...Reassessing Ground Based Harvesting Today…With KMC Track Skidders!—Be-cause of the increased logging costs and de-creasing profit margin many contractors are again turning to ground based harvesting equipment which still proves to be the least cost option for harvesting equipment. 16...Louisiana Timber Company Works Smarter To Handle Changes in Business Climate – Relies Upon Morbark Equip-ment—Punkin Center Chip Co. (PCC) a sub-sidiary of Ewing Timber Company, revamped its own business model, got leaner, changed some equipment and forged ahead. The com-pany is supplying chips and fuel with a new approach, better equipment and a renewed look to the future. INDUSTRY NEWS & MACHINERY www.timberlinemag.com • 800-805-0263

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