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  1. Oregon Chain Website.

  2. Weight of 1 M3 of split wood, ie vented bag

    Stacked in crates
  3. Thinking of buying one of these

    Around 270k Eur
  4. Weight of 1 M3 of split wood, ie vented bag

    1,7 qm fresh is 1150-1250kg 1,7 qm dry is 860-950kg
  5. Hows the log sales going now

    Had some problems with ice: [ame]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPOdc9bMRtw[/ame] Did 728 tones. This snow and ice its only on surface. It was at 18% of humidity before that...
  6. Firewood ID

    Horse chestnut maybe ???
  7. Well, the best thing you can do to be sure is fly over here, meet the people, ask questions. We are a company that started working in 1992.
  8. Dont do it if you value your body, soul, life...

    <p>Please send inquiry to <a href="mailto:" rel="">marko.tomljanovic@cedar.hr</a></p>

    <p> </p>

    <p>Include pallet size, cut and diam. size. and moisture level.</p>


  10. <p>Marko, possibly interested in buying some containers, would be interested in some prices, currently importing about 250 45' containers per annum, any chance you could give me price indications ?</p>

  11. Cheapo moisture meters

    Only Merlin
  12. Kiln Dried 35 - 40% MC

    No way, it should come out of kiln at 12% +-2% Then no container can hurt it. 30-40% is fresh. M


    <p><a href="http://www.cedar.hr" rel="external nofollow">Po?etna | cedar.hr</a></p>

    <p><a href="mailto:" rel="">marko.tomljanovic@cedar.hr</a></p>


  14. Hows the log sales going now

    There are producers that can do more than 1000 truckloads a year. We are not that big. We do 400-500 a year.
  15. Hows the log sales going now

    We dont produce cubes, we sell pallets 1x1xh.1,80m as on my profile pic. Around 9125 pallets or 16425 qubic meters.


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