Using the 610 platform, Tigercat and Clohse Group help a diverse group of French loggers fulfill a wide variety of skidding requirements, while providing excellent after sale support.
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Contrary to popular belief the New Zealanders did not invent bungee jumping.
C.K. Greene has made his mark in the Virginia logging industry and stays humble through all his recent growth and success.
BTB recently visited J&B Logging Inc. in Oakland, Maryland to see how Jimmy Glotfelty’s 5185 fixed felling saw is working out.
250D with AC16 carrier gets high marks in hardwood sawmill.
Manitoba contractors estimate the annual cut in the province to be around one million cubic metres although government statistics peg the allowable cut at nearly nine million cubic metres.
Russell Stites is doing it all – timber buying, logging, trucking, log exporting and now sawmilling – with a focus on smart growth.
The logging odyssey of David Hutsenpiller.
Passion, pride, and diversity is the key.
Proper scarification is very important to accelerate the tree planting process. The fastest growing reforestation company in Canada, HRI, has turned to Tigercat’s, six-wheel 635E scarifier to get the job done.
Bill Olson, owner of Olson Inc. is a second-generation logger who works with his son, Josh for a land management company, Wagner Forest Management in Bangor, Maine, cutting a mix of typical Maine hardwood and softwood.
BTB recently visited the Cape Breton Highlands to see how the first 1135 harvester on the continent is working out. Truro, Nova Scotia based Highland Pulp Ltd. recently acquired the machine to perform ghost thinning.
Tigercat sold its first unit into Australia (also the first Tigercat machine sold outside of North America) to Kevin Morgan back in early 2000.
Fleet of “seasoned” Tigercat equipment helps Sapp’s Land & Excavating meet growing demand for biomass product.
A brief history of the Tigercat shear and why it is a hot commodity in the Florida Gulf Coast.
Performance and support leads to steadily expanding TH575 population in Saskatchewan.
In just a couple of years, with AB Equipment at the helm, the Tigercat machine population in New Zealand has exploded from a handful of units to over 120.
BTB reported on the operations of Nova Scotia based E&R Langille Contracting Ltd. back in 2008, not long after the company purchased, sight unseen, the third ever TH575 harvesting head to be produced by Tigercat.
Dalfey’s hot logging operations are all about big timber and soft landings.
KBM owner Daniel Hermosilla talks to BTB about the equipment and human resources required to produce chips efficiently in Chile.
Mike Nadeau looks at the past and present for cues on how to evolve White Oak Inc. along a sustainable path to the future in Northern Maine.
Gentz Forest Products faces new realities head on, transitioning from high volume chipping to processing in Michigan hardwood.
José Hidalgo talks about his company, Mecharv, and how a serendipitous walk in the British Columbia bush led to the purchase of 30 Tigercat machines.
Southern US style roadside system finds its way to the highlands of Ecuador.
Tigercat and Titan Machinery opening new markets in Montana.
The planting of rubber wood trees (Hevea brasiliensis) in the west part of Africa has been going on for decades.
What a top notch crew and good maintenance will do…
Glenn Henderson Logging and Timber Co. is a large and successful harvesting company by any measure.
Suzano Papel e Celulose is a Brazilian pulp and paper producer belonging to the Suzano Group, one of the largest corporations in Latin America with a presence in over 80 countries.