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Tigercat introduce their 610 dual winch mountain skidder
27 March, 2014
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The 610C DW (dual winch) is based on a standard 610C equipped with a dual winch. Each winch is hydrostatically driven and can be independently controlled. read more
Survival Tyres offers new solutions for Bell three-wheeler tyres
27 March, 2014
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At the request of many of their clients in the forestry and brick industries, Survival Tyres was asked to develop a practical solution for the prevention of punctures and as a result reduce down time due to punctures on the popular range of Bell three-wheeled machines. read more
Tigercat releases their new 875 logger
18 March, 2014
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The new machine is the younger brother of Tigercats successful 880 logger. The 875 logger is a 36,000 kg (80,000 lb) carrier that has boom options for loading or processing applications. It is powered by a FPT 6.7 litre Tier 4i engine which produces 210 kW (282 hp) of power. read more
Using winches for hang-ups and vehicle debogging
18 March, 2014
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The Forestry Commission gives advice on the use of winches in logging operations. Winches appear very easy to use, but the forces that they generate need to be understood and there are certain techniques which must be considered. read more
PrimeTech delivers four PT-400 tracked mulchers to Ghana
6 March, 2014
APSD Ghana Limited are currently undertaking a major project for the development of a biomass plantation area in Ghana that will engage the company for the next 20 years. read more
Komatsu Forest upgrades their 855.1 forwarder
3 March, 2014
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The improvements include increased traction, a larger bunk size and a refined power train. The Komatsu 855.1 has a 14 tonne load capacity. To make sure that operators can utilise the full 14 tonnes, Komatsu have increased the bunk size by 10%. read more

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