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A ground-breaking new eucalyptus head - the Komatsu X164EPress release
October 26, 2021
Komatsu Forest is introducing the Komatsu X164E, a robust head specially developed for efficient eucalyptus harvesting. A high-performance feed system ensures high productivity which, combined with smart solutions for reducing maintenance time and costs, makes the X164E a profitable head. The standout feature is the fact that the conventional chainsaw is replaced by hydraulic shears, which also benefit production and safety, such as with the absence of a chain to maintain.
Great news for all forwarder operators - the next generation of Komatsu Comfort Ride is herePress release
September 21, 2021
A forwarder operator spends many hours a day in the cab, making a pleasant and comfortable work environment extremely important. Forest terrain is often rough, and the operator is subjected to both jolts and vibrations. These can be tiring and make maintaining a steady and high production rate a challenge – and in the long run they can even affect your body physically Komatsu Forest is now introducing the next generation of Komatsu Comfort Ride, with several comfort-enhancing innovations.
Production start at Komatsu Forest One a historic eventPress release
August 13, 2021
Soon, forest machine production is to begin at Komatsu Forest's newly built factory outside Umeå in northern Sweden. Here, assembly will take place on a single production line, around which the flows of both materials and people are optimised and automated to ensure high product quality and a high level of customer service.
One of the largest solar parks in the Nordic region on the roof of Komatsu ForestPress release
June 18, 2021
Long-term sustainability is a central focus area when Komatsu Forest builds its new factory outside Umeå, in Sweden. An important piece of the puzzle in this work is the 19000m2 solar park on the roof of the factory, which will contribute to carbon neutral production. In connection with the summer solstice on 21 June, the installation will now be operational.