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Log Max introduces 5000V versatile harvesting head

The new Log Max 5000V is a versatile head for wide carrier selection and efficient felling. It provides a balance between flexibility, capacity and durability.

Komatsu makes major upgrades to popular harvesting head

The 2024 upgrade to Komatsu S92 introduces several new functions and improvements that make the popular head even more reliable and productive.

Ponsse launches new HH360 harvester head rotator

The new rotator is an innovative solution in which the harvester head can rotate 360° degrees freely without limitations.

Kesla introduces the third generation of the RH harvester head range

Kesla has launched the completely new Third Generation harvester heads, the KESLA RH-III range.

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Log Max Harvesting and Processing Heads for 2023

Log Max AB is a Swedish company that has been manufacturing and developing their product line for global markets since 1980.

First introduced to North America in 1992, Log Max now offers 13 different models of harvesting/ processing attachments. Each unit can be specifically equipped to tackle any forest application around the world.

The latest model, 5000V was launched in Eastern Canada in the Fall of 2020 following the very successful introduction of the 6000V. Notable updates are: new quicker saw units with optional manual or automatic saw chain tensioning, improved length measuring system, frame reinforcements and easier serviceability and access to lubrication points. Faster feeding and a newly designed sawbox will also guarantee exceptional production and durability.

For more information on how the Log Max product line can fit your specific application and learn about these and many more updates, please visit www.logmax.com to find a Log Max dealer near you.
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Big leap: From apprenticeship to entrepreneurship

Lane Mazereeuw takes bold leap amidst economic challenges, investing in logging and roadbuilding equipment to start up Mazereeuw Timber. » Read More...

Steep harvesting: a challenge or solution?

Recent developments in steep slope harvesting technology and techniques might be key to designate steep slope logging as a possible solution to sector's difficulties. » Read More...
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Excavator-mounted felling heads: For an increased productivity!

Gilbert has added a new line of excavator harvester heads to its range of forestry range of forestry equipment developed 30 years ago. This new range is optimized for small forestry, biomass and energy renewal operations. In addition to its lower cost, it has the advantage of being easy to set up and move with the excavator in smaller territories and spaces.
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Waratah's new harvester head provides increased productivity, simple servicing

Waratah Forestry Equipment debuted the HTH618C Series-III – a new generation of its HTH618C harvester head built for increased productivity, reliability, uptime and more. » Read More...

Tigercat releases 570 fixed harvesting head

The Tigercat 570 harvesting head is now available with a fixed wrist for applications where positive control for felling and processing is required. » Read More...

Ponsse to demonstrate the next generation harvester head

The launch of the completely upgraded Ponsse H8 harvester head will strengthen Ponsse’s position as one of the world’s leading suppliers of harvesting solutions. » Read More...

John Deere introduces new H423 and H425 harvester heads

John Deere introduces the new, small-size H423 harvester head and the large-size H425 and H425HD. Like its predecessor, these heads have 4WD feed. » Read More...


2023 Northern Hardwood Conference 

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Forest Engineering Conference

September 20, 2023 | Florence, Italy »