Tigercat is pleased to announce that John Withrow has joined the Tigercat product support team.
The H855D and LH855D harvesters equipped with the fuel-efficient Tigercat FPT N67 engine are offered worldwide in 2017.
Tigercat has swapped the Tigercat FPT C87 engine for the N67 to more closely match to the duty cycle of this series of harvesters and feller bunchers.
Tigercat S855D and LS855D shovel loggers with Tigercat FTP Tier 2 and Tier 4f power for worldwide markets.
The Tigercat 1055C forwarder represents a major update to the heavy-duty, 14-tonne 1055 model series.
Tigercat releases next generation 480B track mulcher and the brand new Tigercat 4061 mulching head as Tigercat's off road industrial product line continues to expand.
The 880D supersedes the highly successful Tigercat 880 -- a heavy duty, purpose-built forestry carrier that can be configured for loading, shovel logging or processing.
The new Tigercat 632E skidder is the most powerful, productive four-wheel skidder ever built. Several enhancements have been integrated into the new model, setting new productivity standards for timber extraction.
Tigercat is pleased to announce that Woodland Equipment is the new dealer in the upper Great Lakes region of the United States.
The American Loggers Council (ALC) recently held its Summer Board of Directors meeting at Tigercat Industries in Brantford, Ontario on July 29 – 30th.
Tigercat is continuing to evolve the G-series drive-to-tree feller bunchers with the introduction of an improved operator's cab.
Tigercat continues to expand its range of harvesting heads with the new 570, a robust, high-performance, two-wheel drive harvesting head.