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Waratah - Foresty Products - Built to Work.

"The Waratah works really well. It flies through the Corsican and Douglas Fir we’ve got. It’s got real good speed. It’s built to work in this sort of place."

NIGEL HUTCHINSON, Bluewood Thinning, New Zealand

Waratah - Foresty Products - Built to Work.

"I think Waratahs are the toughest out there. We put a lot of demand on them. We’ve been dealing with trees up to 28” in diameter, some bigger."

BEN REED, Wayne Stone Logging, Oregon, US

Waratah - Foresty Products - Built to Work.

"The 622C is great in the small pine with its multi-stemming capabilities; excellent in the medium size wood, and works excellent in the big Fir."

STEVEN TRESIERRA, McNiel & Sons, British Columbia, CA

Waratah - Foresty Products - Built to Work.

"Waratah is made to work. I sit in there most days and listen to satellite radio. And to be able to do that, for the abuse the head takes, it’s really a testament to their design and to the technology."

ERIC BISBALLE, Bisballe Forest Products, Michigan, US

Waratah - Foresty Products - Built to Work.

"When I first started running Waratah, the support team came out. They went through all the system functions with the head to make sure everything was working right before they left."

ADAM KURTZ, RD Reeves, Washington, US

Waratah - Foresty Products - Built to Work.

"The support behind the head is awesome. They’re behind me every time I call."

DAN AHONEN, Dan Ahonen Logging, Michigan, US

HTH622B on job site

Logging family sticks together to face tough conditions

G.R. (Mac) Lind Logging Ltd. utilizes its deep family roots to tackle rugged conditions in Princeton, British Columbia.

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In their blood: Logging’s a tradition for this business-minded Georgia family

Hill Logging Inc. is passionate about getting the most out of every piece of wood and leaving a clean job site.

J&R Logging

Moonlight drives and a picnic in the woods: Logging a legacy in California

J&R Logging relies on family ties and a love-hate relationship with logging to keep its business running strong.

Louis and Amanda Godon, owners of Volcano Creek Logging

Family Values in the Forest

Louis and Amanda Godon, owners of Volcano Creek Logging in Foresthill, California, are passionate about proper forest management and leaving a light footprint.

About Waratah

Logging Equipment that is Built to Work

For more than 50 years, Waratah Forestry Equipment has supported loggers across the globe. We manufacture harvester heads, processor heads, felling heads, measuring and control systems, and cranes that are backed by an extensive support and parts distribution network.

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