New Brunswick’s Jack McMillan started out in trucking, but now runs a major chipping and grinding operation, with a strong focus on employees working as a team. Read his story as seen on forestnet.com.
Jason Showers, Boxer product manager at Morbark, LLC, has been elected the newest member of TCIA’s Board of Directors. He will be the Associate Member representative on the Board.
Chris and Becky have been able to do what it takes to adapt and grow Timberwolf Logging over the last three decades into what it is today. Chris reflects on the journey and offers some wisdom from his business life in the woods that have helped them stand the test of time.
Sometimes all it takes is one good idea. That’s how an inventive man created one of the largest businesses in our area, producing some of the biggest, most impressive machines many have ever seen. As seen on 9 and 10 News.
The Central Michigan Manufacturers Association (CMMA) recognized three member companies with their first annual safety awards at their quarterly meeting held April, 30, 2015.
The Central Michigan Manufacturing Association (CMMA) and the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) signed a formal alliance April 30, 2015, to provide training opportunities to help participants recognize manufacturing hazards and learn how to solve jobsite problems in a safe and productive manner.
Morbark dealer James River Equipment has recently announced the acquisition of RW Moore Equipment Company in eastern North Carolina. With the new addition, JRE now has locations in six cities in eastern North Carolina: Ahoskie, Greenville, Fayetteville, New Bern, Raleigh and Wilmington.