This article was originally distributed via PRWeb. PRWeb, WorldNow and this Site make no warranties or representations in connection therewith.
Baileys, a catalog and online retailer is now the worldwide distributor of D&L Timber Technologies 180-degree swing blade saw mills. The mills offer features not found in other mills and because they are made in North America, U.S. customer service is superior to overseas imports.
Woodland, CA (PRWEB) February 14, 2014
Baileys, a leading forest industry retailer, and Canadian manufacturer D&L Timber Technologies joined forces making Baileys the worldwide distributor for D&Ls 180-degree swing blade portable sawmills.
The partnership will strengthen the Baileys brand in Canada and improve the marketing and availability of D&L sawmills in the U.S. and around the world.
D&L President Lindsay Flett said the new deal draws on the strengths of both companies.
Its a win-win situation. It creates a marketing arm for us and now Baileys has a manufacturing arm, Flett said. Along with the swing blade portable sawmills, Flett said other joint projects are being planned for the companies.
Baileys owner and CEO Nik Bailey pointed out several advantages of D&Ls 180-degree swing blade sawmill design and noted the fact that its manufactured in North America.
Previously weve sold sawmills that were made overseas and it was difficult to manage our inventory because the shipping times are so long, Bailey explained. The long distance could also make customer service difficult.
Located in British Columbia, D&L is just two to three days shipping from us and thats going to be a big benefit for our customers, he added.
The D&L swing blade sawmill has features unavailable in other portable mills, Flett said. These include the ability to:
Bailey said the D&L product is a little more of a production mill than what his company has previously offered and this should be a good match for the demands of professional loggers.
Both Baileys and D&L Timber Technologies are companies that have been family businesses for several generations and each has its origins in logging country. Flett traces D&L back to his grandfather in 1948. Nik's father worked in the woods of Northern California before founding Baileys in 1975.
Additionally, Bailey and Flett said that those similar roots give their companies a common approach and commitment to customer service.
Theyre small town people and were small town people so we agree on how our customers should be treated, Bailey said.
D&L Timber Technologies administrative and manufacturing headquarters is located in Lac La Hache, British Columbia. The company manufactures a variety of saw mills and other milling equipment. Baileys operation is based in Woodland, California and sells a wide range of logging, forestry, landscaping and outdoor products through its catalogs and website.
For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/02/prweb11583872.htm
Information contained on this page is provided by an independent third-party content provider. WorldNow and this Station make no warranties or representations in connection therewith. If you have any questions or comments about this page please contact email@example.com.