Forest Machine Magazine is owned, written and edited by a forest professional with over 40 years hands on experience. Find all the latest forestry news and topics affecting the industry along with great feature stories and professional reviews here.
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Measuring wheel trial continues.
TR30 AQ FELLING WEDGE
Treemans Jack Trial
Promoting safety in the workplace
Ponsse launches a new powerful harvester head for processing eucalyptus trees
Continue Reading Ponsse launches a new powerful harvester head for processing eucalyptus trees
Trialing the Z30 SC measuring wheel from Balmec Forest Oü
Continue Reading Trialing the Z30 SC measuring wheel from Balmec Forest Oü
Komatsu Forest temporarily shuts down production due to Covid-19
Continue Reading Komatsu Forest temporarily shuts down production due to Covid-19
Stora Enso Launches A New Concept For Constructing Office Buildings From Wood
Continue Reading Stora Enso Launches A New Concept For Constructing Office Buildings From Wood
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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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