Tasmanian timber businesses from across the state were recognised on August 9 at the annual Timber Awards.
There were 40 finalists with 13 categories.
Notable winners included Mechanised Logging, who took home four awards for harvesting excellence, trainee of the year, workplace health and safety excellence and skill development and training excellence.
Forico was awarded the environmental and forest growing and management excellence awards.
Neville Smith Forest Products received the regional and community development and distribution and logistics excellence awards.
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Penny Wells and Craig Patmore were awarded for outstanding contribution to the timber industry (female and male).
Other award winners were Timberlink, Warren French Architect and Valley Workshop and Sue and Owen Smith.
Tasmanian Liberal Senator Jonathon Duniam said all the award winners should be very proud of what they had achieved.
"I look forward to working with the award recipients and the industry more broadly as we implement our vision for Tasmania's productive and sustainable forestry industries," he said.