EWD is the manufacturer of innovative and custom-made solutions for state of the art sawing technologies in sawmills.

Esterer WD was founded in Germany in 1996 to become the future-oriented, worldwide active joint company of the two companies, Esterer AG, founded 1862 and Wurster + Dietz GmbH & Co., founded 1867. Today their export sales quota exceeds 80% of turn-over.

A combined 145 years of experience and competence in the design and supply of sawmill machinery are a solid base which Esterer WD is building on.

The benefits for their customers are technology competence and the innovative strength of a strong, customer-oriented company, offering all sawing technologies from a single source.

For more information about EWD products click their logo below to visit their website.








 

Woodtech 2017

Woodtech 2017
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Roger Timms at the ANWE Site after completion of the 260m Conveyor in Eden.

Ian English is pictured below. He is retiring in 2017 as our Senior Fitter & Machinist.
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Ian is our Senior Fitter & Machinist who is retiring this month at age 72!

Video of ANWE Conveyor Rebuild

Partners

Acora continually search the world for the best applicable technologies. We have formed partnerships, designed to bring real benefits to our customers and industry.
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Equipment

Acora have a broad range of equipment lines from standard conveying systems to roll cases, transfer decks, unscramblers. All designed and built specifically for the timber industry.
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Spare Parts Department

Acora works alongside the industry's best suppliers. If we can't source it, we will design and build it for you!
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Solutions

Acora prides itself on being a solution based company. Our approach is results-based so we generate a solution, in partnership with our customers.
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Used Equipment

Acora will often sell equipment or parts that we have in excess.
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