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Kyudai Rinsan upgraded their fleet with a new KESLA

29.10.2015 News

Kyudai Rinsan, a logging and transporting company located in Oita prefecture in Kyushu, Japan, is known for high quality in their operation. The company has been awarded twice for excellent work in Japanese State forests, the latest award was given 3 years ago. The company also invests in quality what comes to the equipment they are using, latest proof of this the recently purchased KESLA 2109ZT crane.

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Forestry gets stronger at Johanssons

28.10.2015 News

Farmer Fredrik Johansson lives nearby Jönköping, Sweden, with his family. Like else where in Europe, also in Sweden farming has become more and more challenging. On the forestry side, the situation is better though and wood sells well. At Johanssons forestry side is gradually overtaking the traditional farming side.

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NEW KESLA HARVESTERS ON DISPLAY AT SKOGSELMIA

06.07.2015 News

Kesla will present several new harvester products at the SkogsElmia fair, the most important of which is the roller harvester head KESLA 18RH-II. In addition, the Kesla section will present the JPRS R 5500 harvester saw unit, which Kesla has recently begun to install on its products at the factory. Among the exhibited products is also the KESLA proLOG and Xlogger measuring devices, which are now available for KESLA harvester heads.

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SEE THE WORLD’S FIRST ELECTRIC HYBRID CHIPPER WORKING IN SKOGELMIA

04.07.2015 News

The Finnish Kesla Oyj introduces at SkogsElmia the electric hybrid technology for chippers through KESLA C860 Hybrid, which is already in testing phase. The chipper operates on diesel and electricity, and can also be driven by electricity alone, with some limitations. The hybrid wood chipper can achieve significant reductions in the emissions and fuel consumption of chipping.

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NEW 12 TONNE-METRE CRANE FOR THE KESLA RANGE

04.06.2015 News

Kesla has dramatically updated its truck crane range in recent years. The core themes of the new 21-series are lightness, usability and easy maintenance, which are also reflected by the new 12 tonne-metre straight boom crane KESLA 2112, which will now be introduced to the public for the first time.

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