Elmia Wood celebrates International Day of Forests with a new visual profile
Work on Elmia Wood 2021 is already in full swing. Elmia has recently made new recruitments and boosted its wood team, which is now focusing on putting together SkogsElmia 2019 and Elmia Wood 2021. Meanwhile, Elmia Wood is marking its evolution with a brand new visual profile.
Bratteborg to be the site of Elmia Wood 2021
Elmia Wood May 18-21, 2021 will be hosted in the timberlands of Småland, 30 km south of Jönköping, Sweden. Site Bratteborg has everything you can wish for when conducting a forestry fair where the latest technologies as well as live demonstrations and testing are being manifested. In short, the potential for continuous development of Elmia Wood is great.
Elmia Wood changes date 2021
Today Elima AB announces that the world´s No 1. forestry fair, Elmia Wood, will be launched May 18-21 in 2021. Elmia Wood is an international fair for the entire forestry industry. It is a meeting place held in the woods. Where everyone, from the idea stage to the finished products and machines, has the opportunity to be represented.
World premieres met a large audience in the forest
The world’s largest forestry fair was bigger than ever this year both in terms of area and number of exhibitors. Many visitors were drawn to Elmia Wood to see new forestry products and services and to learn about new high-tech solutions and expertise in the forest south of Jönköping, Sweden.
Ultrasound plus laser in new measuring instrument
Haglöf Sweden develops and manufactures professional measuring systems for field use. In good time for Elmia Wood the company is now presenting its latest new product, the VL5 Vertex Laser: a complete field measuring device that combines measuring with ultrasound and laser.
Thumbs up from customers who ordered the new harvester unseen
Rottne had sold some ten harvesters of the new model H8D without anyone being allowed to see it. Everyone had to wait for the world premiere at Elmia Wood. The reaction? Even better than expected!
German wins Forwarder World Cup
When the final of the Forwarder World Cup was decided at Elmia Wood on Friday, the battle was between Daniel Bergmann of Germany and Poland’s Kamil Kaczynski. A faultless final race enabled Bergmann to bring home the gold before an enthusiastic group of supporters.
Ecolog’s new 688E full-size harvester completes the E series
At Elmia Wood Ecolog presented the new harvester that completes the new E series. It is the eight-wheel drive Ecolog 688E. The machine weighs 23 tonnes and is slightly smaller than the company’s biggest harvester, the 590.
Hydrostatic drive on the new Alstor
For the first time Alstor’s small, nimble forwarder comes equipped with hydrostatic transmission and lockable differentials front and back. This engine upgrade should produce a smooth and powerful drive even at low revs. The model is the 840 Pro and it made its debut at Elmia Wood.
Terri for the first time on wheels
Since Terri launched its first tracked tractor unit in 1972, tracks have been a defining hallmark of the company’s machines. At Elmia Wood the Terri 34c with wheels made its debut.
A world first for better harvesting heads
Hultdins served up a world first at Elmia Wood whose value was at first recognised by only a select group of people. It is a newly developed saw unit for harvesting heads. “Easier care and maintenance, more reliable operation and the ability to use two types of chain,” sums up the head of its design team, Stefan Bergqvist.