Port Hawkesbury’s Investment In People Pays Off With SENNEBOGEN


Port Hawkesbury, NS - The Port Hawkesbury mill site has a long history of positive contribution to the eastern region of Nova Scotia. The mill was first developed in 1962 as a sulfite pulp mill and expanded into manufacturing newsprint and pulp for the next three decades. In 1998, the Port Hawkesbury site expanded again by investing in a state-of-the-art supercalender (SC) paper machine. In 2012, the mill at Port Hawkesbury was reopened by Stern Partners as Port Hawkesbury Paper and today continues to operate as a world-class high-tech paper manufacturing facility.

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Eco Log – all the way out to the crane-tip


Eco Log now broadens its range by welcoming its very own series of harvester heads, consisting of four models, to the existing line-up. This makes Eco Log a complete Forest Machine Manufacturer, offering machines and solutions for profitable and high-productive forestry all over the Globe.

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