Tigercat’s British Columbia dealer, Inland, inaugurated an impressive new facility in Prince George in grand style with a facility tour and meeting for its sales team and vendors April 24-25, 2017.
More memories of Tigercat's early years.
25 years ago, a very small company with a single prototype and no distribution showed up at a logging show in Georgia. What led up to it and what happened next? Some of the earliest Tigercat team members look back for the answers.
The Parnell family has come a long way from their first grant of land from the Government of Alabama nearly 200 years ago back in 1819. In 1960 James Parnell started his own business with just a used truck and a pair of mules.
There’s a new breed of cat roaming the woods of south central Virginia and according to Ed Tilman, owner of Tilman Logging Inc., based here, the Tigercat 726 harvester cuts no corners when it comes to quality.
This article originally appeared in Logging and Sawmilling Journal, October 1994. Reprinted with permission. A prototype Tigercat 853E purpose-built buncher handles B.C. slopes with ease.
The Canadian built machine is a market hit-in the southern US. Reprinted with permission from Logging and Sawmilling Journal, November 1993.
Tigercat leaps into the fray with strong machines; more new products forthcoming. Originally appeared in Timber Harvesting, January 1997. Reprinted with permission.
The pacific northwest logging community gathered for the 79th Oregon Logging Conference (OLC) in February in Eugene, Oregon.
This year, instead of having the Tigercat 620E skidder parked for the winter months, Utah's Barco LLC decided to utilize it as a very powerful snow plow.
BTB visited with McCoy Grading Inc. and Premier Timber Services LLC in Greenville, Georgia to learn more about the recent purchase of a Tigercat LX830D feller buncher for the companies multi-million dollar grading business.
South African harvesting contractors run high quality purpose-built forestry machines and have developed the expertise to run them to extremely high hours. Machine longevity is critical.