Timberwolf's 10,000th Log Splitter Rolls Off the Production Line
Firewood Dealers Choose Timberwolf as the "Cadillac of Log Splitters." Timberwolf log splitter products are made to last a lifetime in the U.S.A.
[ClickPress, Tue Oct 31 2006] The high price of heating fuels is the driving force behind the growing firewood business, and firewood dealers are looking to Timberwolf for quality log splitters.
Timberwolf recently shipped the 10,000th log splitter made by the company, according to president and CEO, David Therrien.
"It's becoming increasingly difficult for firewood dealers to find an American-made product that will last a lifetime. Most log splitters on the market are made in China and sold at chain stores without much training on how to use them, or service warranty for break downs," said Therrien.
Timberwolf log splitters do the work of three men and make it possible for firewood dealers to cut costs, increase the volume of firewood they can produce, and increase their profits. Those dealers depend on a log splitter that works as hard as they do.
"If their equipment breaks down they are out of business. Quality and dependability have been the reason for the success of Timberwolf over the years and made us the world's leading manufacturer of log splitters. Firewood producers can split big, gnarly logs all day long in winter and summer without even a whimper from the machine," said Therrien.
The company builds all of their machines with heavy duty components using state-of-the-art welding techniques and the highest quality workmanship. Timberwolf's log splitters are designed to help anyone get the most out of producing firewood. They're faster, easier and more reliable than any other log splitter out there. The Honda OHV GX series engines provide easy starting and trouble-free maintenance, according to information on the company web site at www.TimberwolfCorp.com.
The commercial-grade hydraulic system provides the power behind the punch. The large tanks hold plenty of fluid, and the hefty hoses and sturdy controls make sure operators can power through the most difficult logs. Industrial H-beam frames reinforce the Timberwolf reputation for rugged durability. And the durable powder-coated finish keep them looking as good as they run.
The eleven-year-old company's legacy of quality comes from its family-owned business background in metal fabrication. Their track record speaks for itself -- 10,000 satisfied customers.
Timberwolf, located in Rutland, Vermont, manufactures log splitters and products used by firewood dealers. The company has a reputation as the "Cadillac of Log Splitters." The eleven-year-old company has sold over 10,000 log splitters.
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