My experience with the timber industry is limited to hauling finished product during the few years I drove for J&F Trucking, a very common load coming back up into Canada for us was hardwood lumber from the northeastern forests, most often from NY or PA.
About 75% of the time it was kiln dried which of course meant tarping.......
Sometimes the planets were aligned in your favour and you got a load of green lumber!
Post by Muleskinner on Dec 14, 2011 9:39:05 GMT -8
The time I spent driving for Ruble Forest Products of Eugene, we had to tarp everything as it was going to Juction City and Mount Angel to be used in motor homes and Manufactured homes. Never could understand the need for tarping it as when they off loaded us it went into outside storage, under rickity old and leaky over tops.
William W Bitner II
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