When to Repair, Rebuild or Replace Forestry Equipment

No matter what’s happening in the forestry industry, every contractor has one common goal – to maximize productivity. Keeping jobs going and equipment moving is key to an efficient operation. Whether it’s one feller buncher or a fleet of log stackers, at some point, loggers need to consider what to do when the machine reaches its end of life.

In order to get the most out of forestry equipment and the technology, they need to engage their dealer at the point of purchase, consider their options and follow a regularly scheduled maintenance plan at each stage of the machine’s life to determine the best plan of action for their business.

Read the full article by Mark Nelson, Major Product Sales Representative, Finning Canada in Equipment Journal