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  1. 17 October 2016

    Even though the temperatures are dropping, hibernation is not an option for your fleet. Your uptime and productivity on the jobsite is essential. To keep your machines running efficiently this winter season, we have compiled some maintenance tips to keep in mind when preparing for and combating the cold when it arrives.

  2. 17 October 2016
    Tax laws are complex and frequently change, so it's important to consult with your accountant before you make tax decisions. Here are a few things you can discuss with your tax advisor, including recent important changes to tax laws that affect loggers.
  3. 17 October 2016
    Networking is an important part of any business. Some would argue maintaining a strong professional network is one of the most important things you can do in your career.
  4. 17 October 2016

    Your business couldn't survive without your loyal customers. Besides maintaining your regulars, it's also smart to expand your business by reaching out to new potential customers. Sometimes, a small, one-time project can lead to a lifelong customer relationship. The key to creating these relationships lies in your ability to earn a customer's trust by showing them how reliable you can be in their time of need, and giving them something for which to return. Follow these six tips for crafting healthy relationships with your customers, both new and old.

  5. 12 September 2016
    A few years ago, as the smartphone revolution really took hold, that phrase reminded us there was an application for nearly every possible need. Since that phrase was first uttered, the number of apps has grown exponentially.
  6. 12 September 2016
    Technology used on logging jobsites and forestry equipment, and the data that comes from it, is power – power to plan, make decisions and solve problems in a more efficient way. You may choose to embrace it or you may not. Either way, technology is not going away and it will continue to bring new benefits to the logging business.
  7. 12 September 2016

    Deep in the plains of southern Kansas, among the oil rigs and wind turbines, there thrives a new contender in the quarry. And though smaller than the loader it replaced, Cornejo & Sons of Wichita is quickly learning that the 944K shouldn't be underestimated. Its unique combination of speed, fuel efficiency, and surprising power make it a standout performer in an arena where every move matters.

  8. 12 September 2016

    With Final Tier 4 emissions regulations in effect for diesel engines 56 kW (75 hp) and above (or just becoming in effect for those in Canada), customers are beginning to inquire about gen-sets that meet the new standards. But it's important to note that Final Tier 4 emissions regulations affect emergency and non-emergency generators differently.

  9. 12 September 2016

    You've been in the business for a while now. You know it's time to expand, but where do you begin? By following these four easy tips, increasing your business's reach might be easier than you think.

  10. 12 August 2016
    Each year, approximately 18 young people in northwest Louisiana spend the summer learning the basics of logging in the Timber Harvesting Equipment Operator course (THEO). Most of them will have job offers waiting for them when they complete the course.
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