Canadian Chains has been manufacturing tire chains for over forty years.
In 1963, Roger Gower had an idea to produce a tire chain for what is now known as the skidder.
At the time it was the beginning of forestry equipment evolution.
Canadian Chains made the first tire chains for one of the first Timberjack skidders sold.
Canadian Chains now produces chain and traction equipment for forestry, farming, and commercial
and industrial trucking. Being based in Central Maine means we understand and experience the same
conditions under which our products are used.
Our chains are not only superior equipment; they are also American-made products. We use only
American-made steel and chain as materials, and our bending, welding, and hardening is all done
in-house in our Skowhegan, Maine facility.
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