Gibson & Son grinds for Arizona forest restoration
TAYLOR, AZ – Gibson & Son Road Building is a family owned and operated business spanning back through four generations. The Washington-based team prides itself on knowledge and experience in trucking, logging, rock crushing, demolition, excavation, and wood waste recycling. They’re well renowned throughout Ellensburg, Washington and meet every challenge with the skill and expertise their clients have come to expect.

Evolving and adapting has been critical to growing the business and Kory Gibson is the most recent member of the family to oversee the company. He seized an opportunity to expand by assisting in restoring Arizona’s national forests through biomass contracts.

6400CT off to work in Australia!
It's always great to see more CBI yellow in Australia.

This 6400CT is off to work for Burgundy Heights.
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Getting more fiber out of the forest with a 6800CT
A new fiber supply agreement in B.C.’s Cariboo region is leading to better forest resource utilization for the Esk’etemc First Nation, and more fiber for wood pellet producer, Pinnacle Renewable Energy. Read how a 6800CT and Frontline Machinery are central to the application's success.

Log screws can reduce oversized material
CBI Log Screws are designed to fit excavators and skid steers. More torque, replaceable tips, aggressive threads, and a wide tapered cone bust open logs with superior and reliable production. Hydraulic kit installation services are available to get you up and running fast.

Pre-owned equipment deals
At the request of our customers and dealers, we’ve listed pre-owned equipment opportunities to share with our network. If you’re seeking a pre-owned machine or want to list one in our newsletter, send us pictures and information at

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Safety tip: Stay off machines in operation
Never stand or climb on the machine when it is operating. Do not allow others to stand or climb on the machine either. The machine must be at complete stop before performing maintenance or service on it.