Issue 26

Issue 26

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Issue 26

This issue features the first UK trials of the Logset 12H GTE Hybrid Harvester, Fuelwood open days North and South, BaSt-Ing’s great range of forestry accessories and how to protect equipment against damage from fluids during heat transfer. Our comprehensive skills shortage and training feature got incredible feedback from a diverse spectrum of people from throughout the industry. Find out their thoughts and ideas on how we as an industry should move forward to make forestry a more attractive career choice and the current training facilities on offer. We follow the very last Gremo 1058 H5 Harvester off the production line at Atran in Sweden to its new home in Scotland and we spend a  wonderful day with Bolero and Simon Lenihan, one of the very few professional horse loggers left in the UK. This is a carbon neutral, sustainable and powered by nature method of timber extraction working in difficult and inaccessible areas. Stewart Kelly also gave us an in depth look at Clark Tracks new automated production facility and of course all the latest news and equipment, “Logging all over the world” T Shirts and Hoodies and fun pages for our younger loggers.

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Issue 26 – Forest Machine Magazine

Issue 26 features the first UK trials of the Logset 12H GTE Hybrid Harvester, Fuelwood open days North and South, BaSt-Ing’s great range of forestry accessories and how to protect equipment against damage from fluids during heat transfer. Our comprehensive skills shortage and training feature got incredible feedback from a diverse spectrum of people from throughout the industry. Find out their thoughts and ideas on how we as an industry should move forward to make forestry a more attractive career choice and the current training facilities on offer. We follow the very last Gremo 1058 H5 Harvester off the production line at Atran in Sweden to its new home in Scotland and we spend a  wonderful day with Bolero and Simon Lenihan, one of the very few professional horse loggers left in the UK. This is a carbon neutral, sustainable and powered by nature method of timber extraction working in difficult and inaccessible areas. Stewart Kelly also gave us an in depth look at Clark Tracks new automated production facility and of course all the latest news and equipment, “Logging all over the world” T Shirts and Hoodies and fun pages for our younger loggers.

Forest Machine Magazine is owned, written and edited by a forest professional with over 40 years hands on experience. At 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. We carry out product testing of the latest accessories and equipment to improve workers safety and we offer honest and unbiased reviews from professionals working in the industry. Our team of professional operators have tried out the latest harvesting equipment for leading forestry manufacturers.

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Subscribe to Forest Machine Magazine’s bi-monthly magazine to follow the latest news and stories from the people and companies working at the heart of the forest industry. We offer a young loggers page to engage and encourage the next generation of forestry workers. www.forestmachinemagazine.com

Sign up to Forest Machine Magazines’s free bi-monthly emag which compliments the website and paper copy of the mag again with the latest news and stories from the industry. The emag is fully interactive and contains videos and links to manufacturers and company websites.

The website, magazine and emag features a large free classified section where forest professionals and companies can list used and surplus equipment for sale or wanted. We list all the latest forestry jobs from around the world.

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