Welcome to the latest issues of HarvestTECH.News.
In this month’s issue, we cover the NZ-based harvesting company, Stubbs Contractors, who successfully overhauled their traditional business model and moved to ‘Lean manufacturing’, with some pretty impressive results. Both Robert Stubbs and Trev Hall spoke on the journey and impact that this change had on their contracting business at the recent HarvestTECH 2019 and WoodTECH 2019 events.
We also cover two stories showcasing the importance of family spirit and developing a family culture in operating successful contracting businesses. Lloyd Logging and Subritzky Clark Logging, both Northland (NZ) contracting businesses have picked up the Forestry Family of the Year award at the Northland Forestry Awards over the last two years.
Finally, in new equipment news, we cover a new Sennebogen 830 material- handler, the first of its kind that has been brought into Australia by Pedersen (a diversified logistics infrastructure and solutions provider operating across both Australia and New Zealand). Tigercat has also just introduced their 1165 smaller wheel harvester that is well suited to harvesting steeper slopes.
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So, this month we have for you;
Stories this issue:
- Pedersen brings in Sennebogen 830 material handler
- Rewarding times for forestry ‘family’
- Austrian logging conference report
- C3 secures five-year contract with FCNSW
- Family spirit at heart of logging firm
- Making it ‘Lean’ pays dividends
- Logger Rhythms Video
- New harvester from Tigercat
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