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  1. Must have full PPE and Certs, passport / driving license cscs pref. 07794167589
  2. Hello all! I am self employed, and currently looking for work within the West Sussex/Hampshire area! I've been involved in the chestnut coppice industry for just over 2 years. And after spending the last 2 years processing, I now want to start cutting. I hold a CS30 ticket, and am first aid trained, and I am looking for 1-5 days work a week during the cutting season. I have my own transport (not 4x4) and my own equipment. Any experience I can gain would be greatly appreciated. Please email: dan.james.wills@gmail.com
  3. Making holes on 4 mm steel pipe with cheap plasma cutter... [ame] [/ame]
  4. Hi, I'm a highly experienced tree man (35 yrs experience) looking for work... am prepared to travel anywhere if the money is right. Started climbing at 14 and have climbed most of my life, but getting a bit old now,though still fit.. Got experience of hardwood and softwood forestry (including skyline winching) and working on street trees including emergency works. I've got NPTC ground tickets, C&G Arb and a clean 7.5 ton licence (inc. trailer). If you need recommendations, please feel free to contact Brian Moore (Elite Trees) or Craig Ketley ( Surrey Tree Care). Also worked for Tony Saunders at Homegrown Timber and Urban Forestry (Watford)... Part time could suit well, though will consider anything....not bad with fencing and mechanics.Take care and have a good one out there, lads, Tel. 07971 359246 Email cyrustrees@yahoo.co.uk
  5. Hi, I've been working for a landscaping firm for the last 8 months and I'm looking for some work to get me through the winter, I've got CS 30, 31 and 38 although I've been climbing for 8 years on and off, I've also have a CSCS card. I look forward to hearing from anyone that can help me out. Thanks in advance, Rob. 07756318146
  6. Hi all, I'm based in Glasgow, happy to travel. I am NPTC trained and qualified, and have 4 years self-employed experience cutting trees, both in domestic/urban arboriculture setting and forestry/peat bog restoration. I have my climbing tickets (also NPCT), and am looking to build up experience as a climber. Have all my own PPE, a reliable chainsaw, full clean UK driver's license, and my own transport. Open to any offers of work, please get in touch, distance is not a problem provided there's enough work for it to be worthwhile. Cheers! -Dru 07789621187
  7. Kent based company needs full time, permanent PAYE cutters (30/31) and climbers(30/31/38/39) for rail and other contracts. Package includes annual salary + overtime, all PPE & tools, pension and healthcare benefits. Immediate start after passing rail medical, D & A screening and PTS course. Send CV to info@avondaleuk.com or ring for more info / application form on 01634 823200.
  8. NPTC certified (CS 30,31 & 38) Clean UK driving licence First aider All own PPE and reliable saw I have 2 years experience in arboricultural groundie work, and felling. Also recently qualified in aerial rescue. I'm fit, and can keep up a good pace of work. Available for all work, I'm based in Glasgow but willing to travel. If interested, please PM me or get in touch on 07789621187 Cheers, Dru
  9. Hi all Things are kinda slow at the saw mill at the moment, so looking for some saw work in the South Gloucestershire/ Bristol area. I Have: NPTC Cs 30/31, 32, 34, and 35. and 5 Million public liability. 10 years experience working in forestry felling for Skylines, Skidders and Harvesters. Can be contacted on 07923266362 or pm Thanks for reading Dan
  10. I have many years of working as a cutter in the forestry and arborist world, 4 years ago I moved into growing biomass industry. I have a wide knowledge of biomass and the machinery to produce it. For years I have driven many types of machinery including.. Forwarders. Harvesters. 1 - 25t 360's I am self employed and a very hard worker, I am now looking for employment in any of the above aspects of work. I live near East Grinstead in West Sussex but will travel (as I have always done) for work. I look forward to hearing from anyone that may have some work.
  11. Big cutter link OR small hand? A few of the recent posts talked about nice new shiny thing's so how about these, I believe it to be 3/4" pitch, I grind the links off and get them gold-plated. My local saw shop has been good to me over the years, so hacked off a 6" length got it cleaned & gold-plated then mounted it on a nice unusual piece of manzanita and presented it to him. Unfortunatly 10 day's later he past away and it dissapeared.

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