SENNEBOGEN to feature timber handling solutions at the world’s largest forestry fair in Sweden
The world’s largest forestry trade fair, Elmia Wood will open its doors from 7 to 10 June 2017. Every four years, the demo fair attracts guests from all over the world to Sweden.
SENNEBOGEN, together with the Swedish sales and service partner OP System AB, will demonstrate a cross-section of timber handling machines from the Pick & Carry material handler to mobile forestry telescopic crane.
SENNEBOGEN 730: Pick & Carry machine for handling wood
The SENNEBOGEN 730 has been specially designed for the requirements of mobile timber handling. An articulated boom behind the center of the machine ensures ideal weight distribution. Whether removing round timber from the sorting line, or sorting the ranges as necessary for further processing and handling, the machine is optimally equipped with all-wheel travel drive and 11 m equipment length for a diverse range of tasks.
The SENNEBOGEN 830 M-T: Efficient logistics in the lumberyard
With the 830 M-T, SENNEBOGEN offers an intelligent machine concept designed for loading and transporting wood in equal measure. As a trailer solution, the machine not only guarantees efficient loading, it can also effortlessly tow trailers of up to 80 tons.
SENNEBOGEN solutions: From timber harvesting to loading
With the SENNEBOGEN 718, which has been successfully employed as a mobile forestry crane for several years in timber harvesting and landscape maintenance, SENNEBOGEN offers an easy-to-use universal machine that combines the advantages of a mobile machine with those of a telescopic crane. The innovative machine design is the ideal solution for felling timber, landscape maintenance or loading work. At Elmia Wood the new E-series will be shown.
Other SENNEBOGEN machines can also be conveniently used for sorting and loading in all sectors of the timber industry. As a typical example, the new generation of the SENNEBOGEN 825-E series will be demonstrated at Elmia Wood – 7th – 10th June 2017, Jönköping, Sweden: Stand 947