Ponsse Forwarders and Harvesters

Ponsse is one of the world's leading manufacturers of forest machines for the cut-to-length method, and its customer-oriented operations are still guided by the wishes and needs of forest machine entrepreneurs.
 

Ponsse products cover the diverse requirements of efficient harvesting faced by machine entrepreneurs around the world.

Tree species vary from old pine to eucalyptus, and the machines have to endure tropical heat and arctic cold, travel without destroying the terrain and briskly climb the steepest slopes.

Ponsse specialises in the production, sales and maintenance of forest machines designed for the cut-to-length method and in the related information systems. In the cut-to-length method, tree trunks are cut to lengths in the forest to suit their intended use. At the same time, the information systems inform the end users of the types and quantities of timber they will next receive from the forest. All this wirelessly, even in real time.

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Forestry equipment & attachments since 1968.

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FOR SALE – 2011 Deere 1270E Harvester

FOR SALE – 2011 Deere 1270E Harvester

John Deere 1270E.   Machine in great working order and ready to go.  Can be seen working and test driven.  14,000 hours on base, Waratah 480C with low hours.  Located in Sth QLD. $200,000 + GST.  Ph: 0437541154 Watch video

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FOR SALE – Deere 859M Buncher

FOR SALE – Deere 859M Buncher

Deere 859M buncher.  4,900 hours, fitted with a hot saw.  Available now located in Nth Tasmania and ready to go straight to work.  $380,000,000 + GST.  Ph: 0437 541 154 for more information.

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