Articles - Cable yarding

Cable yarding – Introducing the Telecarrier cable yarding system

Teleforest produces an innovative standing skyline system for logging any terrain.

Cable yarding and loading handbook

The Oregon OSHA Cable Yarding and Loading Handbook focuses on skyline yarding on steep slopes.

New running skyline cable yarder from Owren

Norwegian cable yarder manufacturer, Owren, have released the new Owren 350.

Hin-Tech release their new excavator-based cable yarder

The Urus III 300 UNI 3T is a new guy-less cable yarder on the market, and uses a modified construction excavator as a carrier.

How should one splice cables in cable yarding operations?

WorkSafe has a free-for-download splicing manual that gives the step-by-step process for cable splicing.

New Cable Yarding Safety and Operating Handbook

The new South African based handbook now includes new technology and cable yarder configurations.

Grapple yarding of hardwood pulp trees on steep and sensitive areas

New research shows impressive productivity figures using new grapple yarding systems

The Logfisher: An innovative harvesting system for reduced impact logging

The functionality of the 'Logfisher' timber harvester is based on the concept of fishing.

Wyssen introduce their new W-40 cable winch

The winch is suited for long-distance up and downhill cable extraction.

Logging research – Comparing soil erosion of cable yarders and tracked cable skidders

The potential for soil erosion was evaluated in this research carried out in the Appalachian Region of Virginia, USA.

Is cable yarder operator performance improved through controlled training?

New research has quantified the performance benefits that can be achieved.

An overview of Wyssen cable yarding equipment and systems

Wyssen manufactures a wide range of cable yarding systems and accessories for difficult terrain harvesting.


Andrew McEwan & Michal Brink



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