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Y2K: a major breakthrough in softwood sawing

Sawmilling and reprocessing of softwood and in particular of pine is characterized today by decreasing profit margins. This has come about because of increasing log supply costs and a decrease in the average selling prices of finished products. Increasing manpower costs also become part of the equation if they are not compensated by higher productivity.
In today’s tough climate, new technology is emerging as a way to overcome the challenges faced by the industry and open up new margins.
True shape scanning, expert systems and new optimization software are creating a new answer for companies striving to rebuild their competitive edge.

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