Log Transport And Logging Residue Reports Available From Skogforsk
The articles include using harvesters to map the location of logging residues, and new timber trucks with lower emissions and costs.
Determining The Influence Of The Operator On Harvester Productivity
New logging research has quantified the effect that experienced operators have on single grip harvesters.
New Features And Enhancements For John Deere Wheeled Harvesters
John Deere’s 1270E and 1470 E harvesters are equipped with new engines that meet EPA Tier 3 emission standards.
Komatsu Forest Launches New Led Headlights
Komatsu's LED headlights provide rapid and strong lighting with low energy consumption.
Barko To Introduce A New Tracked Harvester
The lightweight 240 harvester is now being put to the test in the forest.
Nokian Introduces A New Tread Pattern On Their Forest King Trs2 Tyre
The tyre was designed to have good grip and durability, and be able to work with or without tracks.
Is The Training Of Logging Machine Operators Important?
Australian researchers have shown that small actions can cause large productivity differences on the same machine.
Kesla Introduces A New Harvesting Head
The 18RH-II harvester head features improved durability and is more maintenance friendly.
Komatsu Forests Introduce Their New Tracked Feller Bunchers And Harvesters
The machines have new cabs and control systems.
Eco Log Launches Their Newest Generation Of 550, 560, 580 And 590 Harvesters In 2016
They will be fitted with Volvo Penta D8 engines ranging in power from 218 to 320 hp.