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Clark Forest
Based in south west Scotland, Clark Forest are one of the UKs leading suppliers of forestry equipment and have had a close association with the forest industry since 1924. Our ever increasing range of Arborist, Chainsaw & Forestry Equipment can be found at www.clarkforest.com, or call us on 01387 860 241


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Hi Guys

A lot of you are fans on our Wm Clark and Son facebook page, so just to let you know we've created a new facebook for Clark Forest. We've just added some images from our recent photo shoot...check them out here:

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Re: Clark Forest Facebook

We've been out with the camera again and have added some new photos to our facebook pages

For those who are doing a lot of cross-cutting, you might be interested in the new Clark Log-Jack product that features in some of the photos. It's based on an old Clark design from the 1950's, updated using today's modern design and manufacturing techniques in our factory.

Log-Jack is manufactured from high strength alloy steel and makes lifting of logs off the ground effortless. The log is gripped in the jaws and by pulling the handle downwards to the ground, the log is lifted up, leaving plenty of space for the saw to cut through without it hitting the ground below, thereby preventing the saw chain and bar hitting the deck and blunting. No heavy or awkward lifting of logs is required.

We have a few Log-Jacks out on test at the moment with some of our customers and as soon as we have analysed our customer feedback, we'll be ready to make any final adjustments and bring the product to market.

We'll keep you updated on here, but any questions in the meantime....please fire away

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