Tigercat adds to its mulcher line-up with the release of the 760B mulcher and the 4061-30 mulching head.
A purpose-built logger, the Tigercat 865 will offer many advantages over excavator conversions, including better service access, stronger swing torque and superior operator visibility. The Tigercat FPT N67 engine delivers 165 kW (221 hp) at 1,900 rpm.
Tigercat is excited to announce the launch of App version 2.2, now with multi-lingual capability, customizable features, and an upgraded user experience.
Tigercat has released a new RemoteLog® portal with several enhancements.
Tigercat is pleased to announce that Stefan Carlsson based in Nas, Sweden has taken on the role of sales specialist for Tigercat AB.
Tigercat’s advanced, efficient and refined skidders just got a whole lot better with a completely redesigned operator station and numerous advancements to boost productivity and minimize downtime.
Tigercat has recently released the 220E loader with notable improvements, including an upgraded operator’s station and the addition of the Tigercat FPT power plant.
The last machine in the drive-to-tree feller buncher line-up advances to G-series.
Tigercat is pleased to announce the launch of LogOn, a powerful onboard information system to optimize machine performance and reduce downtime.
Quick, compact and fuel efficient, the 602 grapple skidder is ideal for high value selective logging in tight or challenging terrain.
Tigercat continues to expand its range of harvesting heads with the new 568, a robust, productive four-wheel drive harvesting head for roadside processing.
Tigercat introduces the highly anticipated 850 roadside processor.
Tigercat is pleased to announce that Bejac Corporation is now the authorized Tigercat dealer for California and Nevada.