A good summer of hauling wood has left the harvesters struggling to keep up with demand. Meanwhile, the Pelletiers take on a risky new investment with a business venture building their own logging trailers.
The Pelletiers strive to double production but when several machines break down, it’s a huge step in the wrong direction. Meanwhile, two crew members threaten to quit and an emergency repair job halts production in the trailer shop.
The mills turn back timber and the Pelletiers struggle to make a profit. Later, a stand of massive pine trees forces the company to harvest the old-fashioned way and the pressure of running both shops pushes Jeff to the edge.
Torrential rain threatens production and rookie drivers aren’t pulling their weight. Then disaster strikes in the woods when harvester Kevin Cummings flips his machine. It’ll take everything in the Pelletier arsenal to make it through the week.
The wet fall season has crippled production at Pelletier Inc. and just when things can’t seem to get worse, a crane operator’s rig falls through a dilapidated bridge. Later, back-to-back mistakes threaten a rookie’s job and a veteran hauler flirts with death.
A veteran driver is in grave danger when his truck flips and Eldon takes a chance on a new logging camp. Later, flooding in the forest threatens to shut down operations completely, bringing employee morale to an all-time low.
The winter freeze hits Millionocket and while the guys are ready to hammer down, a rookie driver rolls his rig twice and causes quite a setback. Regardless, it's all hands on deck as the crew prepares to battle through the first blizzard of the year.
With winter being go-time for the Pelletiers, the crews are pushing hard despite three drivers suffering accidents and Telos camp being stunk up by a busted pipe. Business in the trailer shop is picking up so Allen thinks he needs a raise -- Jeff, however, doesn't agree.
Peak logging season brings the anticipation of a deep freeze but this time the brutal cold causes both equipment and emotional breakdowns. Nonstop hauling and disgruntled employees set some on a collision course during the crew's big winter push.
It's all hands on deck as winter comes to an end. Rudy leaves Wayne in charge of operations while he goes on business venture and Larry makes a mess with a loading crane. Meanwhile, Danny nearly destroys a bridge and a young driver's inexperience ends in disaster.