Expo Richmond 2014 provided an excellent opportunity for Tigercat to showcase the new Tigercat FPT Tier 4 engines.
Tigercat dealers have sold many, many 880 loggers on the western half of the North American continent. With just a handful of machines in Quebec, this 880 is a first of its kind sold into the southeastern United States.
A brief history of the Tigercat shear and why it is a hot commodity in the Florida Gulf Coast.
Little Clyde, Elvanfoot, Biggar, South Lanarkshire, Scotland
Performance and support leads to steadily expanding TH575 population in Saskatchewan.
BTB’s New Zealand tour ended with a Demo Day near Taupo at the jobsite of Ronnie Thomasson and Bryan Rutgers, owners of BR Logging.
In just a couple of years, with AB Equipment at the helm, the Tigercat machine population in New Zealand has exploded from a handful of units to over 120.
Virginia based Forest Pro is set to open a new branch location in Ashland, off of the I95 just north of Richmond, and just in time for Expo Richmond 2014, May 16-17.
Building on the successful introduction of the 5185 fixed bar saw, Tigercat has developed and released the 5195 directional felling head.
I know you’re a busy man but I wanted to drop a quick email to brag on your equipment.
BTB reported on the operations of Nova Scotia based E&R Langille Contracting Ltd. back in 2008, not long after the company purchased, sight unseen, the third ever TH575 harvesting head to be produced by Tigercat.
Dalfey’s hot logging operations are all about big timber and soft landings.
Tigercat was back at CONEXPO in March with the new 470 mulcher and the T726E street trencher.
Continued growth of machine shipments combined with aggressive new product development and expansion of internal development efforts for Tigercat drivetrain components have resulted in an expansion of the Tigercat skidder group.
John Galbraith (Parker-Pacific sales specialist), Ron Montgomery (Canadian sales manager, Tigercat), Steve Carter (Parker-Pacific sales specialist), Fil Rinaldis (project engineer), Glen Holbrook (Parker-Pacific sales specialist).
KBM owner Daniel Hermosilla talks to BTB about the equipment and human resources required to produce chips efficiently in Chile.
Mike Nadeau looks at the past and present for cues on how to evolve White Oak Inc. along a sustainable path to the future in Northern Maine.
Clohse Group, the Tigercat dealer for France, Belgium, Netherlands and Germany, decided to launch the new 610C DW mountain skidder at a skidding competition that is probably the only one of its kind anywhere in the world.
Gentz Forest Products faces new realities head on, transitioning from high volume chipping to processing in Michigan hardwood.
José Hidalgo talks about his company, Mecharv, and how a serendipitous walk in the British Columbia bush led to the purchase of 30 Tigercat machines.
WideRange, the infinitely variable transmission for drive-to-tree feller bunchers, allows the operator to travel from tree to tree and to and from piles more quickly than machines equipped with a two-speed manual shift transmission.
Live demo or a static in-woods show?
Southern US style roadside system finds its way to the highlands of Ecuador.
Tigercat and Titan Machinery opening new markets in Montana.
As reported by Julia Bayly, Bangor Daily News, June 13, 2103.
The planting of rubber wood trees (Hevea brasiliensis) in the west part of Africa has been going on for decades.
Forestry Machines Ltd., Tigercat dealer for Russia, retailed their first units in 2006. This was the first time that Russian loggers met Canadian machinery.
Tigercat is pleased to announce that Onetrak Pty Ltd is now the Tigercat dealer for all of Australia, effective February 1, 2013.
Tigercat has released a new grapple design to complement the LG4053 which has been equipped on Tigercat knuckleboom loaders for many years.
What a top notch crew and good maintenance will do…
Tigercat 604C and 610C skidders are now Turnaround equipped.
Next generation Tigercat 5702 felling saw is enhanced for versatility and increased performance.
Glenn Henderson Logging and Timber Co. is a large and successful harvesting company by any measure.
Suzano Papel e Celulose is a Brazilian pulp and paper producer belonging to the Suzano Group, one of the largest corporations in Latin America with a presence in over 80 countries.
Clohse Group, Tigercat‘s Window to the 2012 Forestry Expos in Europe.
Tigercat debuts 615C skidder at successful DEMO International.
Tigercat brings back the 726E feller buncher with a high horsepower twist.
The Larson family has been working in the forests of British Columbia since at least 1929, when Ivar and Lance’s grandfather started his first logging business.
Iconic Canadian company, J.D. Irving, grants BTB an insider tour of its forestry operations in northern Maine.
Tigercat celebrated its 20th year in business over June 21-22.
Although heavy rains turned the demo site in the John W. Starr Memorial Forest into something swamp-like, staff from B&G Equipment and Tigercat managed to put together a successful show and machine demonstration.
AUSTimber was a great show for Tigercat and co-hosts Forest Centre (Tigercat dealer for NSW, Queensland and WA) and Onetrak (Tigercat dealer for Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania).
Early this spring the Alabama cooperative, Cherokee Electric, purchased an M718E mulcher from Forestry 21 in Piedmont, Alabama. For Tigercat this was the second M718E to retail.
Tigercat and CBI join forces, taking giant leaps toward a more cost effective multi-stem eucalyptus pulpwood harvesting system.
During a recent Parker Pacific customer visit to the Tigercat facilities, Tigercat took the opportunity to acknowledge George Funk of Blue Valley Enterprises Ltd. who purchased the first 880 logger.
In April 2011 Derrick O’Bryant toured the Tigercat facilities as part of a fact finding mission. Derrick was representing TDK Logging, a family owned business started by his father Edwin (Sam) O’Bryant thirty years prior.
New CBI Flail is equipped with new Tigercat 215 loader.
Jimmy Glotfelty wrestles with giants as he tiptoes through West Virginia’s natural mixed hardwood forests.
Starting from scratch and the story of PG Bison.
Klabin is an integrated forest products company with 14 000 direct and outsourced employees, extensive land holdings and multiple industrial plants spread throughout eight states in Brazil.
Veteran Georgia logger and long-time Tigercat customer Robert Clary bought the first serial production model 726 as well as the 10,000th machine. He discusses the importance of preparedness, adapting to change, good equipment and hard work.
Tigercat finds niche in one of Sweden’s most demanding forest machinery applications.
On a February trip to start-up a new H860C harvester and provide initial operator training, I was fortunate enough to follow up with two of Tigercat’s first customers in Siberian. The companies purchased the Tigercat systems nearly one year ago.
Successful businessman and unconventional thinker, Eddie Hodge talks about Williston Timber's new low impact thinning concept and why, once upon a time, he and his brothers bought an unproven one-off machine from a bunch of Canadians.