In late 2009, after three years of intensive product development, Tigercat completed the prototype 1135 harvester, shipping it to Sweden where it underwent intensive product testing throughout the winter with a number of harvesting contractors.
Tigercat is pleased to announce the release of the 620D, the third machine in the Tigercat skidder line-up to receive the D-series upgrades.
Tigercat has been testing a new machine, the LS855C shovel logger, in steep slope applications in South America and Tasmania.
Tigercat has replaced the 630C with the new 630D, the industry's most advanced, highest capacity four-wheel drive skidder.
Jerry Smeak, formerly of Lyons Equipment, has joined the Tigercat team as a district manager.
Tigercat has just shipped its prototype 480 track mulcher, the latest offering in the company's growing line of vegetation management equipment.
Tigercat is a leader in the development of high capacity four-wheel and six-wheel drive skidders.
Tigercat forestry machines well suited to demanding ground scarification applications.
The M726E mulcher can be optioned with a new multi-function hydraulic system and quick attach boom adapter. This option allows the machine to be quickly converted from mulcher to feller buncher in order to fell merchantable timber as necessary.
Tigercat’s revolutionary ER boom results in higher production, less operator fatigue and improved fuel efficiency.