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Friday, Jul 21, 2017

2017 Canfor Contractor Awards

Canfor is fortunate to work with many exceptional contractors across our operations as part of our day-to-day business. This includes forestry contractors which harvest timber for us on our tenures in BC and Alberta and undertake challenging and extremely important work for us, delivering the fibre to supply our western Canadian operations.

These companies play a vital role in our company’s success, which is why I greatly value the opportunity to thank and recognize excellence in their performance with the annual Canfor Contractor Awards.

In an awards ceremony that took place July 20 in Houston, Stephen Mackie, Senior Vice President, Operations - Canada, and I presented Canfor’s 2017 Contractor Awards to the following deserving recipients:

  • Top Canadian Contractor  - Clusko Logging Enterprises Ltd. (Vavenby operation)
  • Business Leadership Award - Peace Country Ventures (Grande Prairie operation)
  • Quality Award - M&H Logging (Kootenay Operation)
  • Safety Award - Andy Meints Contracting Ltd. (Houston operation)

The event was a great opportunity to meet with and personally thank some of our top contractors for their commitment and for all the great work they do for Canfor.

Congratulations to each of the winners and thank you to all the contractors across Canada and the United States who are so important to our company.

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  • Author: Don Kayne
  • Categories: Awards

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