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Tractor forest equipment in the auction day on the 31st August

09.08.2017 News

In the KESLA auction day the 31st of August 2017, there are also several pieces of tractor forest equipment for sale. These have been used for demo and exhibition purposes. You can bid for these products on the site or before hand via email. Pre-bids and enquiries to Mr Jyrki Sahinjoki (jyrki.sahinjoki@kesla.com, tel. +358 40 1786 635). We reserve the right not to accept offer. The products are sold in the condition of the selling moment and guarantee is not valid. Delivery terms: Ex works Joensuu, pre-invoicing.

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The KESLA 316T is a versatile assistant on the farm

09.08.2017 References

Mr. Kari Pekonen has been running the farm in Parikkala Kirjavansalo since 2001. The farm includes 220 Ha of fields, forest 70 Ha and 400 head of cattle. Farming contracting work is ran as its own separate business. From the begging the KESLA crane loader has been used in contract work.

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Chopped fire wood on the move with the KESLA 204T

09.08.2017 References

Pilkenetti is a company based in the city of Parikkala, that offers thermal drying services of wood and produces firewood. The company was established in 2011. The company is owned by Mr. Antti Paajanen and Mr. Juha Tuupanen, of which the latter is currently also the CEO of the company and is actively involved in daily operations.

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ELMIAWOOD: NEW HEADS FOR THE LARGE END OF KESLA’S HARVESTER RANGE

01.06.2017 News

Kesla is the Finnish multitalent in forest technology, known as the globally #1 independent manufacturer of harvester heads. The extensive KESLA range covers both roller and stroke harvester heads for professionals, from small thinning heads up to heavy-duty heads for clear cuttings and processing at landings. Kesla launches in Elmia Wood 2017 the totally new series of large heads, replacing the existing KESLA 28RH and 30RH models.

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ELMIAWOOD: KESLA Chippers in full action on the Elmia

01.06.2017 News

KESLA chippers are in full action on the Elmia Wood exhibition in Sweden in June on the stand 303. The both chippers, the tractor powered KESLA C645S-II and the truck powered KESLA C860, will be chipping several times a day, starting 10 am. The both chippers represent several innovations that Kesla has introduced into its’ chippers, such as proCHIPPER control system and as the most important, a new type of rotor named KESLA logCUT. The new rotor improves the chip quality and even productivity.

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