LT70

Sawing Black Locust in Hungary

Not long after Columbus had discovered the new world, Europeans began to order exotic American plants for their gardens. In 1601, the royal gardener of the French king Henry IV planted a tiny black locust seedling. Now 420 years old, that tree is the oldest in Paris!

Norwegian Timber Frame Company Upgrades to Extended LT70 Sawmill

Simostranda Stav & Laft is a timber frame construction company located outside of Oslo. The company is operated by Sveinung Bergan and Einar Holm, who have worked together as partners for 22 years.

Scottish Wood – a Sawmill Successfully Utilizing Local Scottish Timber

In Dunfermline, a little village north of Edinburgh, Scottish Wood has grown substantially over the past 20 years. They are a social enterprise - a charity which owns a sawmill and supplies local builders with locally grown timber. “We are primarily a hardwood sawmill. We cut homegrown, Scottish grown hardwoods and also some larch and Douglas fir,” Jim Birley from Scottish Wood says.