GRAY, Georgia – Brad Comer, 54, had been a full-time mechanic with a couple of trucks for more than 20 years before he hauled his first load of pulpwood. He’d been around logging his entire life, growing up in Hancock County; even his dad was a lifelong logger. Comer says this part of rural midwest Georgia has always relied on the timber industry, which has provided jobs for the families that live here.
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Governor Bill Lee and members of the Tennessee General Assembly honored Shannon Jarman, wife Rachel and daughter Marley, from Dickson County on March 16 with the 2020-2021 Tennessee Master Logger Of The Year Award, presented by the Tennessee…
Tigercat is steadily growing its line of grapple attachments in an effort to provide end-to-end Tigercat branded solutions that integrate seamlessly with Tigercat loggers, loaders and shovel loggers. New butt-n-top and shovel clam grapples are…
Integrated transport company LOTS Group has acquired Bellwether Forest Products based in Camden, SC. Bellwether is a full-service timber transport company working throughout the state, with the aim of inspiring a new generation of loggers and…
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