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User-friendly harvester head makes forestry work safe and fast

03.05.2022 Harvester heads

Forestry contractor Ilpo Kosonen, from Parikkala (Finland), is one of Kesla’s long-term customers. In 2013, Ilpo learned about Kesla’s harvester head and the device has been a crucial part of the forestry contractor’s everyday life ever since. Today, Kesla’s general-purpose machine 25RH-II serves Ilpo in thinning, final felling and the processing of piled timber.

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Ala-Kaakinen Farm uses a loader and trailer for agriculture and forestry

30.03.2022 News

Situated in the village of Oulunsalo, Ala-Kaakinen Farm used to be a cattle farm, and many signs of its storied history are still apparent. Even though the operations of the farm, which is now more than a century old, have changed and developed over the years, Kesla’s solutions have proved their indispensable worth in day-to-day activities.

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Versatile and extensive KESLA City crane range now also available with cabin

12.10.2020 News

The City crane range launched by Kesla a few years ago was built with urban conditions in mind, as the cranes are equipped with KESLA proSTABILITY stability control system. The system ensures the safe operation of the crane. Originally, the crane model was only available in a few Z models and with radio control, but now there are models available in different sizes, with both Z boom and straight boom, and control is also possible from the high seat with joysticks and now also from the cabin as a new feature.

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Kesla to launch a harvester head specially designed for tractor use

28.09.2020 News

The all-new KESLA 14RH is the smallest harvester head in Kesla’s range. Despite its size, it makes use of the technology, structural solutions and manufacturing know-how of large harvester heads. With the new model, Kesla strengthens its position as a leading harvester head manufacturer independent from base machines.

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The KESLA 204T makes maintenance work easy at Ranua Wildlife Park

07.08.2020 Tractor forest equipment

Ranua Wildlife Park was established in 1983. Today, the park is home to around 200 animals that represent 50 arctic species. The animals are housed in spacious enclosures right in the middle of a Nordic forest. It takes a lot of hard work from an average of five members of staff to look after the animals and maintain their enclosures. This work is made easier by a Valtra N114 Hitech tractor and a KESLA 204T loader.

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