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Bell Equipment develops a mulcher for South African conditions
1 April, 2020
Bell Equipment
Bell Equipment will showcase the best of local at NAMPO 2020 displaying a Bell 315SL TLB, a modified Bell Haulage Tractor with tandem Afrit side-tipping trailers for the maize industry, the new, more economical Bell 620G Grader as well as a selection of Kobelco Excavators... read more
So Compact and so Flexible: New AK 315
10 February, 2020
Doppstadt
Versatile, flexible and combinable for custom-made solutions: AK 315, a new fine grinder with enhanced equipment, is launched. Recycling centres, compost sites and agricultural service are exactly the enterprises the AK 315 is made for. read more
Tigercat releases 850 Processor
10 February, 2020
TigerCat
The Tigercat 850 processor is a purpose-built roadside processor delivering outstanding performance and impressive fuel economy. Designed for high volume roadside processing, the Tigercat 850 offers many advantages over excavator conversions including better service read more
Ground-breaking BBBEE deal transforms Bell operations
22 January, 2020
Bell
Heavy equipment manufacturer and distributer, Bell Equipment, has concluded a Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment agreement, effective 1 January 2020, that will empower the Group's South African manufacturing subsidiary. read more
The magic of VR changing inventory management as we know it
16 January, 2020
Forest & Wood Products Australia
The Australian forestry industry has been invited to trial and provide feedback on new virtual reality (VR) technology that could revolutionise how field inventory practices are managed. read more
Morbark® introduces new Rayco® Articulated Loader Stump Cutter, previews more at 2019 TCI Expo
20 November, 2019
Morbark
Morbark, LLC, debuted the Rayco 1800AWL Articulated Wheel Loader and RG165T-R Stump Cutter at the TCI Expo in Pittsburgh, Pa., today. The company also offered a sneak peek at additional equipment within the Morbark and Rayco brands that would be in production. read more
Chainsaw guru celebrates 42 years
19 November, 2019
Husqvarna
Mention the word chainsaw, and Innocent Sefolo's heart probably beats just a smidgen faster. That's because this particular granddad has been employed by Husqvarna in Pietermaritzburg for a mindboggling 42 years - most of which have involved working with the world-renowned brand's chainsaws. read more
Alternative Structures delivers Enumeration Equipment
4 November, 2019
Alternative Structures
Alternative Structures recently delivered Enumeration equipment as well as a special size Increment Borer to the United Nations Development Program office based in Maseru, Lesotho. Lourens Zietsman is the enumeration specialist of Alternative Structures. read more
Intoducing the Tigetcat Power Clam Grapple
31 October, 2019
Tiger Cat
The new Tigercat power clam grapple series is here. Designed for use on the 875 and 880D loggers, the three models - PC08, PC10 and PC12 - are sized for load capacities of 0,8 m² (8 sq.ft), 0,9 m² (10 sq.ft) and 1,1 m² (12 sq.ft). read more
Sharing data for improved forest protection and monitoring
17 October, 2019
Sharing data for improved forest protection and monitoring
Although the mapping of aboveground biomass is now possible with satellite remote sensing, these maps still have to be calibrated and validated using on-site data gathered by researchers across the world. IIASA contributed to the establishment of a new global database... read more