Logging Trucks are large trucks utilized in the transport of logs and can have multiple configurations to fit your needs. There are types that are suited for the rough terrain of the forests, while others are made for on-highway applications. Winches or cranes may be fitted on the trucks to aid in loading the logs. Several types of truck and trailer combinations may be used, such as truck and pole trailers, semi-trucks with double bunk trailers and straight trucks. Straight trucks generally have a loader mounted on the back of the truck for self-loading.
In the small town of Laurens, S.C. — population less than 10,000 — business has been good for Walker and Walker Logging during the past several years.
The Great Lakes Timber Professionals Association (GLTPA) commended Congressman Mike Gallagher (R) Green Bay, Wis., for his persistence to create a safer environment for local communities and truck drivers with the re-introduction of the Safe Routes Act, H.R.
It's hard to miss the purple logging truck driven by Alex "Tater" Opdahl for Whitco Inc. , a trucking company owned by Rick and Barb Whitcomb in Kamiah, Idaho.
Moving cut wood is a challenge for loggers and forestry workers. Below we've detailed some of the logging transportation options best suited to handle log removal or transport.