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International Forest Engineering Summer School
23 March, 2015
CMO
A first-ever, all inclusive forest engineering course is being offered that covers the full scope of harvesting, roads
and transport activities. The course targets practitioners (forest managers/experts and contractors), researchers,
academics, and equipment manufacturer staff. read more
New Zealand researchers test remote controlled tree felling
16 March, 2015
Logging-on
The safety of the logging site is receiving significant focus by New Zealand foresters. The forestry industry in New Zealand continues to show commitment to reduce the risk associated with their logging operations on steep slopes. read more
Tigercat introduce their first G-Series drive-to-tree feller buncher
16 March, 2015
Logging-on
The new 724G feller buncher is powered by a Tier 4 final engine. The new machine made its debut at the Mid-South Forestry Show in Starkville, Mississippi, from 19 to 20 September. The 724G is powered by a Tigercat FPT N67 Tier 4 Final emission compliant engine. read more
Ponsse makes improvements across their model range
3 March, 2015
Logging-On
Ponsse presented its new Model Series 2015 at FinnMETKO. The Ponsse Scorpion has marked the beginning of many additional model changes. New engine technology has enabled service intervals to be extended from 600 and 1,200 hours to 900 and 1,800 hours. read more
John Deere donates harvesting simulators to CMO and NMMU
3 March, 2015
WoodSA & Timber Times
The Centre for the Modernisation of Operations (CMO) and the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) have each received an advanced mobile simulator from John Deere to enhance their training programmes. read more

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