Wood-Mizer opened its doors in Africa in 1987, first as a representative office and later in 2011, as a full subsidiary of Wood-Mizer Industries. Our 28-year track-record in Africa underline our commitment to the continent and our customers. Because we understand Africa we build sawmills for Africa. We then add to it by offering a continent-wide dealership network that guarantees spare part and technical support so you can rest assured that your mill will run, no matter what it takes.
Wood-Mizer Industries is equipping the modern timber processer with smarter products that increase profitability and promote sustainability. The first basic models have grown into highly engineered machines capable of cutting any wood on any continent.
Africa’s hard and softwoods and the logs sizes found here is no exception.
The professional orange line of sawmills and equipment provide a wide range of opportunities for small businesses and individuals. But the well-known orange sawmills are just the beginning. Industrial sawmills providing heavy-weight capacity to handle the logs found in Africa and Smart Log Processing lines are capable of commercial-level production with the advantages that thin-kerf blades give – lower operational costs and more sawn timber from every log.
Wide band sawmills built for dependable production even in remote regions are the latest advance in Wood-Mizer’s line. Other diverse products include resaws, edgers, moulders, crosscuts, material handling equipment and more.
Wood-Mizer manufactures a wide range of blades that can cut any wood in whatever log size.
Economical carbon-steel blades for continuous production sawing combines with premium carbide-tipped and bimetal blades to provide for high performance, versatility, performance, and quality that is guaranteed. To keep the blade like new, Wood-Mizer also manufactures a wide range of blade maintenance solutions. Our affordable and easy-to-use sharpeners and setters for entry level through to industrial scale blade maintenance needs put money back in your pocket. Maintain your own blades for a longer blade life and more profits.