Ambitech LLC, an approved Tigercat Dealer in Russia, has opened two new branch locations in Perm and Tomsk.
As the Tigercat cut-to-length division continues to introduce new products and innovations, the need for more advanced training solutions has grown.
Tigercat releases 822E series feller bunchers and harvesters with the latest features and upgrades.
The 880 series logger is a multi-purpose forestry carrier that can be configured for loading, shovel logging, or processing applications.
Tigercat is pleased to announce the appointment of Nicholas Edwards to the Tigercat product support team.
Tigercat has raised the bar again with the introduction of the LSX870D shovel logger.
Forestry equipment supplier, AfrEquip, has bought and relocated their head office to a new facility in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.
MidSouth Forestry Equipment is proud to announce the opening of a third Tigercat dealership location.
Forest Pro has moved its Ashland location, previously located on Air Park Road, to 1056 Richmond Tappahannock Hwy in Manquin, Virginia.
Tidewater has been in the business of selling and servicing heavy equipment since 1947, establishing a footprint from North Carolina to Alabama.
Tigercat has introduced new features on its powerful RemoteLog® and LogOn™ telematics system.
B&G Equipment has a 45-year history in Mississippi.
Bejac Corporation has expanded its territory for the Tigercat product line to include Arizona in addition to its other operating states of California and Nevada.
The no-compromise 875E logger introduces several new features, including an updated operator station, two undercarriage options, and various grapple configurations to tailor the machine to your specific needs.
Bruno Villeneuve joins the Tigercat team in the role of product support representative for Quebec and northeastern Ontario.
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.
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).
Tigercat is pleased to announce that Construction Machinery Industrial (CMI) is now the authorized Tigercat dealer for the state of Alaska.