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.
The 6050 carbonator is the first product offering from Tigercat’s new material processing equipment line-up.
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.
Tigercat acquires ROI, gaining foothold in the material processing sector.
Tigercat introduces the highly anticipated 1165 wheel harvester.