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Bell Lubricants - the lifeblood of your machine
28 July, 2017
Bell
Bell Equipment's products are not only limited to its extensive range of earthmoving machinery. As part of the company's commitment to live its mantra, 'Strong Reliable Machines, Strong Reliable Support', the company also has an extensive range of oils, fluids and grease. read more
Bell Equipment officially opens its modern, efficient Nelspruit facility
28 July, 2017
BELL
While the mining and construction industries are cyclical, having good and bad years, areas such as Nelspruit and the Lowveld, have always taken care of the troughs in our business, and for that we are grateful," said Gary Bell, CEO of Bell Equipment. read more
Tigercat launches remotelog
28 July, 2017
Tigercat
Tigercat is pleased to announce the launch of RemoteLogTM, the company's new telematics solution. RemoteLog was designed after extensive field research that included feedback from customers from around the world. The result is a simple, robust telematics solution... read more
How drones helped fight fires in the Cape
26 July, 2017
Gadget
Modern drones stand to offer support in combating forest fires and disaster relief operations in and around the southern Capez coast.In the midst of the worst wildfire to strike the southern Cape coast, South Africa in over 150 years, drones slowly started coming into play as a local firefighting... read more
Global Forestry and Agricultural Machinery Market to 2021 Market Report
20 July, 2017
Digital Journal
This publication enables readers the critical perspectives to be able to evaluate the world market for forestry and agricultural machinery. The publication provides the market size, growth and forecasts at the global level as well as for the following countries. read more
Logset presents revolutionary control panels for harvesters
6 July, 2017
Logset
The new control panels developed by Logset ease the driving of the harvester and the driver can always sit comfortably when driving. The new operating levers have 13 buttons on each handle, which means 26 buttons in total. The driver can hold the operating levers as before... read more
Forestry Tire Service Tips
6 July, 2017
Tigercat
Forestry tires are expensive. Take some simple, common-sense precautions to protect your investment and get the most service life and maximum safety out of your tires.Forestry-duty rubber tires are a big investment for logging operators. read more

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