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Forestry Operations

Currently there are three full-time EFP employees who are responsible for forest operations.  Dennis manages all aspects of the job site and shares responsibility for Ponsse harvester operations with Grant Zelazoski.   Dennis’ son, Troy Schoeneck, is responsible for the Ponsse forwarder operation.   Among other tasks, Dennis and Troy complete roadwork responsibilities with a CAT bulldozer, John Deere skid steer and excavator before, during and after forestry operations.  These three individuals maintain current Sustainable Forestry Initiative ® (SFI) training. (SFI ® is a national program that has been put in place to ensure that wood across the country is harvested in a responsible, sustainable manner.).  Dennis, Troy, and Grant are in constant communication to ensure that the needs of the landowner, forester, and the land itself are being balanced in the best possible manner.  


EFP truly is a family owned and operated business.  While Dennis, Troy and Grant are in charge of forest operations, Dennis’ daughter, Toni Engstrom, handles the business’s bookkeeping responsibilities.  She and Dennis work closely with Northland CPAs out of Rhinelander to ensure the business operations are managed responsibly. 


Trucking Operations

EFP relies on Scott Schoeneck Trucking, LLC and Marvin Sekorski Logistics LLC to haul the wood produced.  Scott Schoeneck, Dennis’ brother, is the owner and primary operator of Scott Schoeneck Trucking and has 1 truck and 1 other driver.  Marv Sekorski coordinates several trucks and drivers for his company.  All trucking is completed by conscientious drivers who strive to ensure the wood produced arrives at the mill safely and in a timely manner.    


Each person involved in this process has the knowledge and skills necessary to make this entire operation safe, reliable, and efficient. 

Team E.F.P

Pictured Left to Right: Dennis Schoeneck, Grant Zelazoski, Troy Schoeneck, & Toni Engstrom

Enterprise Forest Products Inc.
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