Wood-Mizer’s association with the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) goes back to 1987 when the first Wood-Mizer thin-kerf narrow-bandsaws were introduced as an alternative to more traditional wide-band and circular sawblade saws.

Sawmillers benefit from thin-kerf narrow bandsaw blade technology that wastes less and produces more sawn timber for more profits. The supply of sawn timber encourages the local building industry, improves livelihoods and boosts the economy.

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