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Issue 35 – Forest Machine Magazine
In issue 35, We take a look at the flexible and cost effective simulator from Tenstar Simulation which is able to combine several machine types within the same platform. Adam Scott talks about his journey through forestry to fabrication. Treeline Woodlands takes delivery of new Malwa and prepares to go on Demo, the National Trust swap HP for real horse power and the new low ground pressure Centipede forwarder. Plus all the usual feature, puzzles and latest news.
Environmental groups condemn Estonia’s rejection of ‘climate and biodiversity centered’ forestry impact assessment
Metsä Group’s investment projects in Finland progress – the world’s most modern sawmill will be built in Rauma
Komatsu’s new 901XC 8WD harvester is a thinning powerhouse for challenging steep, rough or soft terrain
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About Forest Machine Magazine
We cover all aspects of the forest industry from ground preparation, road building, planting, harvesting, extraction, haulage, saw-milling, health and safety, through to the end product. We visit harvesting sites, contractors, hauliers, and timber processing plants to keep abreast of all the latest news and technology.
Spending most of my life in forestry has afforded me the opportunity to build up a network of highly experienced operators that I am able to call upon for trialing forestry equipment and accessories. Having this unique network of operators gives us the advantage of carrying out honest and unbiased trials in optimum conditions.
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