John Deere Releases Two New Midsize G-series Harvesters
The 1170G and 1070G are midsize machines with more power and precision
John Deere Introduces Their Timbermatic™ Maps And Timbermanager™ Technology Solutions
The technology is currently focussed on their wheeled cut-to-length equipment
Komatsu Announces Purchase Of Forestry Machine Manufacturer Timberpro
The acquisition is expected to close on April 1, 2019
Kesla Updates Their Most Popular Head For Thinning, The 18rh-ii
The 18RH-II is the second smallest roller head in the Kesla range
John Deere Announces Intelligent Boom Control For 1470g Harvesters
IBC increases precision and accuracy during operation, boosting operator productivity
Equipment Replacement Policy For Forest Machines
Researchers present a model for the equipment replacement decision using equipment maintenance schedules
New Products - John Deere Timberlink Harvester Performance And Condition Monitoring System
TimberLink is a software application designed for monitoring the performance and conditions of John Deere’s harvesters. It is aimed at contractors, machine operators and maintenance staff to improve harvester productivity, fuel consumption and availability.
New Products - Valmet 340 Thinning Harvester Head
The new head will fill the gap between the 330 and 350.1 harvesting heads.
Product Update - More Comfort And Good Visibility With New Cat Harvester Cabs
Cat has made significant improvements to the cabs on their wheeled and tracked harvesters.
Wheeled Harvesters: What Were The Design Reasons Behind Parts Of The Nordic Harvester?
A research publication from the late 1990’s supplies valuable information on Cut-To-Length logging systems.