Sawmill Resource News list allows marketers to target professionals engaged in cutting and sawing raw timber into logs, cants and lumber. These professionals rely on resources like books, reports, newsletters, and audio tapes to stay abreast of topics including workplace safety, business management strategies, and industry statistics.
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Sawmill Resource News list allows marketers to target professionals engaged in cutting and sawing raw timber into logs, cants and lumber. These professionals rely on resources like books, reports, newsletters, and audio tapes to stay abreast of topics including workplace safety, business management strategies, and industry statistics. Along with online and offline publications, these B2B professionals purchase products ranging from industrial chop saws to green chain conveyor systems for operational efficiency.
Reach sawmill professionals who produce goods from raw forestry and timber products like shingles, logs, poles and pulpwood. Professionals in this list have job titles including GM, millwright, filer, scragg saw operator, and lumber grader. Sawmill and planning mill job duties including unloading of log trucks, stripping bark from logs, feeding the mill with wood, cutting logs into cants, sawing cants into lumber, kiln drying lumber, grading lumber according to quality and stacking and packaging wood for shipment. These professionals purchase or download resources for the latest information on sawmill equipment upgrades, new technologies, forestry regulations, timber pricing, product marketing, and client acquisition. Professionals in this list rely on trusted vendors and partners to provide products and services to improve production and revenues. Mill professionals attend tradeshows and seminars for business growth, professional development and OSHA compliant safety procedures.
Types of Products Produced:
Cants, Flooring, Fuelwood, Furniture stock, Lath, Lumber, Railroad ties, Sawdust and shavings, Siding, Wood chips
These manufacturing professionals purchase products and services such as: industry magazines, dry kilns, flagging supplies, fire prevention, hard hats, boots, gloves, chippers, grinders, survey equipment, large production saws, boilers, loaders, conveyors, compressors, debarkers, blowers, first aid, dust suppression, barcoders, heavy equipment, chains, hydraulics, stackers, computers, software, mobile devices, office supplies, and office furnishings.
Ideal users of this list include: Industry publication providers, heavy equipment manufacturers, sawmill suppliers, logistics companies, packagers, millwright services, insurance providers, environmental agencies, foresters, financial institutions, R&D facilities, legal advisors, safety gear providers, continuing education providers, and credit card issuers.