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Another win for MechLog at the WorkSafe Tasmania Awards

(L-R) Duncan Norton, Jillian Aylett Brown, Anthony Brown, Jo Davidson Following the company’s success at the recent Tasmanian Timber Awards and being a finalist in the WorkSafe Tasmania Awards in 2018, MechLog has won another award at the 2021 WorkSafe Tasmania Awards. MechLog was presented with its award at a...

Jillian Aylett Brown named as Outstanding Female Contributor to the Tasmanian Timber Industry at the prestigious Tasmanian Timber Awards.

MechLog CEO, Jillian Aylett Brown honoured with the award for the Outstanding Female Contributor to the Tasmanian Timber Industry at the prestigious Tasmanian Timber Awards Mechanised Logging (MechLog) CEO, Jillian Aylett Brown, has been named as the Outstanding Female Contributor to the Tasmanian Timber Industry at the prestigious Tasmanian Timber...

MechLog Nominated For Three Prestigious Tasmanian Timber Awards

2019 Finalists in the 'Outstanding Contribution to the Timber Industry (female)' Jillian Aylett Brown (MechLog), Penny Wells (Private Forests Tasmania), and Emma Barker (Sustainable Timbers Tasmania). Tasmanian based forest services company, Mechanised Logging (MechLog) has been nominated for three prestigious Tasmanian Timber Awards. Now in its second year, the Tasmania...

Tasmanian Timber Awards back for 2021

This year the Tasmanian Timber Awards will again recognise excellence in the forest and forest products industries at its gala dinner event on Friday 10 September at Launceston’s Albert Hall.  In the lead up to the 2021 Awards, the TFFPN newsletter will share the views of previous winners and highlight...

Organisational culture is the key to a sustainable forest industry.

Jillian Aylett Brown - MechLog CEO MechLog CEO, Jillian Aylett Brown, recently addressed a forestry forum on the importance of organisational culture. Based on her experience of implementing a successful organisational culture at MechLog, the company’s programme could serve as a road-map for other forestry companies considering their own organisation’s...

Training is the key to recovery after COVID-19.

MechLog WHS Manager, Duncan Norton with CEO, Jillian Aylett Brown Mechanised Logging (MechLog) has embarked on an ambitious training programme to take the Tasmanian-based, national forestry company from ‘Good to Great’ with the assistance of the Tasmanian Government, Rural Business Tasmania, and Good to Great Tasmania. Speaking about the initiative,...

Tigercat attachments praised for durability & performance

This article appeared originally in Australian Forests & Timber News (June 2020) Tigercat harvesting heads are built to match the high-performance capabilities of Tigercat track and wheel carriers and are well suited to a variety of jobs including at-the-stump harvesting, roadside processing and debarking. We’re taking a closer look at...

MechLog graduates herald a new generation of forestry professionals.

Bailey Kember (SA) MechLog’s Managing Director, Mr Anthony Brown has congratulated the company’s latest two Certificate III graduates, Ben Viney in Tasmania, and Bailey Kember in South Australia. The young duo’s new qualification in Harvesting and Haulage, will assist them to further their careers in the forestry industry and to...