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Protect against equipment obsolescence

Oct. 28, 2016 - Equipment obsolescence is a growing issue for sawmills as the pace of technology and the sophistication of sawmills increases.

October 28, 2016  By  Andrew Snook

In order to protect machinery investments, sawmills need to manage the risk of equipment obsolescence. The best way to do so is in partnership with the sawmill’s suppliers.
Join Joey Nelson, the president and founder of JoeScan, as he discusses mitigating the risk of equipment obsolescence in sawmills at OptiSaw on November 4 in Montreal.

What is OptiSaw?
OptiSaw is a one-day workshop focused on the future of optimization and automation in sawmilling, including challenges and opportunities on the cutting edge of this side of the industry. It will offer a time-effective and affordable learning and networking opportunity for those driving the future of sawmilling in your operation.

The forum is for sawmill management and owners, process engineers, continual improvement managers, optimization staff, researchers and design consultants.

For more information or to register, visit www.optisaw.com 


Platinum sponsors
Comact, USNR

Gold sponsors
HewSaw, JoeScan

Luncheon sponsor

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