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robert t

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  1. Looking for an extra pair of hands on a job next week. Wednesday,Thursday and Friday. Mostly labouring helping to feeding the chippers. Could be possibility of more regular ongoing work Must have basic PPE and have own means to get to my semi rural yard by Denny. Call Robert 07803591153
  2. Needing a extra person for a job next week. Could do the job either Tue or Wed. Could also use an extra person for another job on Thur Must have own transport to get to the yard. Would also need own PPE Call Robert for more information. 07803591153 Thanks,
  3. Also looking for tractor forwarder operators and mini digger/digger with timber grab operators. Must have all relevant NPTC or equivalent certs Mostly Central Scotland but could be working all over Scotland at times. On going, regular work that should be starting early February, possibly sooner. EMAIL ONLY your details, experience, qualifications, availability and your expected day rate would be helpful. Thanks, Robert sales@roberttaylortreecare.co.uk
  4. Show your tractors

    Finally got round to replace the old faithful set up with a roof mount and hooklift trailer.
  5. Looking for an extra person to help with tree work and grass strimming. Initially 3/4 days next week but could be regular on going work for the right person. Driving licence and own transport an advantage or at least you must be able to get to my rural yard by Denny. More info call Robert 07803591153
  6. Show us your Arb Diggers please.

    Works a treat on the rings Stevie. Sure cuts down the amount of sawdust on site. [ame] [/ame]
  7. Show us your Arb Diggers please.

    Bought a Dorn-tec cone splitter and been having a play with it. Was a bit concerned the little digger wouldn't cope with it but pleasantly surprised what it gets through.
  8. what logs have you been chopping today!

    Change of plan. The timber was originally earmarked for planking, but left it too long and degraded. Either going to log it or chip it now, not sure the best option:confused1:
  9. Hardwood in Central Scotland

    Ive got a couple of hundred tonnes of hardwood and 50 tonne of soft wood timber sitting in my yards thats for sale. Most of it is too large for small processors but it could be converted to logs or milled for planks. Most common species some unusual species, medium, large, very large butts, various lengths, up to 8m Any one interested give me a call. Robert 07803591153
  10. Tree spade needed stirling

    Anyone know of anyone that has a tree spade? Got a client in Stirling that requires an area of trees moved. If anyone can help, give me a call for details. Cheers, Robert 07803591153
  11. Log processor falkirk

    I am looking for someone to process logs for me. This is a self employed position and pay is according to logs processed. A generous rate of pay will be given to achieve a very reasonable income. No chainsaw work required, all hydraulic splitter work. Part time, full time, flexible hours to suit. For more information call Robert. 07803591153 Welcome
  12. We are looking for a couple of labourers/groundsmen, to join a small arb company. Part time or full time. Self employed or employed. No experience needed. Must be able to get to our yard in Denny. More information call Robert 07803591153 Welcome
  13. Show us your Arb Diggers please.

    [quote=Stephen Blair; On the rd tractors are hard going even with fancy suspension . So true, Its the hardest part of the day for me driving to and from jobs with the tractor. Im finding Im leaving the Valmet and botex trailer in the yard more and more and tend to favour taking the digger and grab on a trailer Even the thought of taking the tractor with only a chipper or winch is getting harder. Now that I have a tract chipper Im probable near to the point Im seriously thinking of selling the tractor setup.
  14. Show us your Arb Diggers please.

    The little digger making life easy'er
  15. Facebook site

    Just got facebook added to web site. All new to me:blushing: Will start liking other sites. https://www.facebook.com/roberttaylortreecare

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