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SOURCE: Wood-Mizer Products, Inc.
Cook Woods, from Klamath Falls, Oregon, recognized in National Business Contest that recognizes sawmill companies who utilize top sawing practices and sound financial strategies to earn a living and a reputation as the best in the business. To see other winning entries, visit http://www.woodmizer.com/us/OwnerCenter/Contests/BusinessBest.aspx.
Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) January 24, 2013
Every two years, Wood-Mizer, the industry leader in portable and industrial sawmills, holds a national contest for more than 40,000 customers to find sawmill businesses that truly are a cut above the rest. Cook Woods, from Klamath Falls, won first place in the category for businesses running Wood-Mizer’s industrial equipment. Their business was featured in The Wood-Mizer Way, a leading magazine for the portable and industrial sawmilling industry with circulation of 40,000+.
Specializing in high quality, exotic domestic and foreign lumber, Cook Woods supplies turners, woodworkers, instrument makers and others with truly one-of-a-kind lumber: everything from Amazique to Ziricote.
The Cooks work with carefully selected sources around the world to bring in their sought-after species, some arriving in containers from overseas. Logs are sawn on the Wood-Mizer LT300 industrial headrig, and processed using an industrial E430 Wood-Mizer edger, and various material handling equipment. Lumber is then dried, photographed, and sold online through their website.
Wood-Mizer’s bi-annual Business Best contest recognizes customers who utilize top sawing practices and sound financial strategies to earn a living and a reputation as the best in the business. See other winning entries here.
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Wood-Mizer offers an extensive line of portable and industrial sawmill equipment. The company supports its equipment with legendary customer service, blades, and blade maintenance equipment. To learn more, visit http://www.woodmizer.com.
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