A necessity in the forestry industry, the log loader, is used to sort and stack the logs, as well as loading them for transport. Several types of loaders are available: Knuckleboom loaders, truck mounted and wheel loaders. Knuckleboom loaders have a swing arm and are hydraulically-operated. Truck mounted loaders are attached directly to the truck and are generally used for smaller wood. Wheel loaders use a set of forks with a grapple to load the logs and are very efficient, because they can load a large amount of logs at one time.
CrossTrac Equipment is focused on delivering machine solutions for loggers that maximize value, performance and reliability.
Tigercat has introduced the LSX870D shovel logger. Based on the popular LX870D series track carrier platform, the machine is designed for extreme duty steep slope logging.
The new Kesla 326T loader represents a new way of thinking when it comes to both looks or features of a loader.
In Idaho, you can find forest for miles. These trees are a resource and a way of life for many who live there.
The new Cat Next Generation 538 Forest Machine features several significant design upgrades that make it a top choice for working with timber, according to the manufacturer.
Nothing much has changed over the past three years here at Cameron River Logistics (CRL), and that, in itself, is a good thing.
Doosan Infracore North America LLC extends its log loader product offering with the new Doosan DX300LL-5 and DX380LL-5 road builders.
Prince of Wales Island, Alaska, is home to more than 16.7 million acres of Tongass National Forest. Within the millions of acres of raw Alaskan wilderness, works a customized, one-of-a-kind ZX470LC-6 Hitachi machine.
In Sennebogen terms, generations have passed since Finkbeiner KG commissioned its electric-drive Sennebogen 835 C-Series machine in 2003.
The one thing better than a 730 M-HD log handler is two 730 M-HD log handlers. That's the decision of the Rettenmeier Holzfabrik GmbH sawmill facility in Hirschberg, Germany.