Koppers treatment facility in Picton, Western Australia, were one of the early adopters of the HandiTagger system by Saito, was used for identifying and branding their treated product.
As part of her daily tasks, Sam Watts is responsible for the ticketing of every piece of treated timber.
It is estimated, over the six years that Sam has been doing this, she has tagged over 17 million pieces. Sam is enthusiastic about the performance of the equipment. To keep the equipment in good working order and to make her job efficient, Sam insists on the regular routine of lubrication and service to maintain top performance.
Saito HandiTags provide the timber tagging systems through Australia and New Zealand, as Sean Grant the Australian manager says, “Sam has proven the system works year after year”.