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AE Gibson & Sons a Cardinal Sawquip partner

7 February 2023
AE Gibson & Sons Pty Ltd is pleased to announce that it has been appointed regional Australia and New Zealand partner for Canadian company Cardinal Sawquip.

Sawquip International (a division of Cardinal Corporation) was founded in 1988 to provide quality sawmill equipment for the primary and secondary breakdown of softwood and hardwood logs into timber, and is especially recognised for high volume processing of small logs. Since its arrival on the market, Sawquip has successfully provided sawmill equipment to highly regarded sawmills in Canada, the United States, Europe, Asia and Oceania. With its offices and plant located in Lanoraie, Quebec, Canada.

Cardinal Group specialises in the design, manufacturing and distribution of equipment used in the sawmill, forestry, recycling, mineral exploration, and mining industries.

Cardinal Sawquip Group President Mr Pascal Labranche commented – “we are very pleased to partner with AE Gibson in the Oceania region to provide Sawmill equipment systems and solutions to the Timber Industry. Their extensive experience and network in the region, along with their abilities to design, engineer and support high tech machinery, provides great synergies with the Sawquip business, and allows customers in the region to enjoy the very best solutions for their Sawmilling needs”.

Source: aegibsonman.com.au

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