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  • Press center - Australia - Komatsu Forest
    NSW 2127 View all 2010 2009 2008 2007 25 11 2008 Komatsu Forest Launches New Clothes Collection 12 11 2008 Faster deliveries and a broader range 23 10 2008 Hydraulic height adjustable bunk supports for Valmet 890 3 14 10 2008 New harvester simulator 25 06 2008 Our 3000th Tree Feller Harvester 17 04 2008 Komatsu Forest establish center for Valmet Forest Machines in Russia 15 04 2008 MaxiXplorer New

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  • Press center - Australia - Komatsu Forest
    our industry don t hesitate to contact us at our corporate press office Of course we can also help you contact a local Komatsu Forest representative Note Please use this contact for inquiries by the media only Joanne Johnson tel 61 0 2 9647 3600 Postal adress Komatsu Forest Pty Ltd 11 4 Avenue of Americas Newington NSW 2127 View all 2010 2009 2008 2007 22 11 2007 Complete transport chain with new forwarder program 24 10 2007 Key Customers Choose Valmet 9 10 2007 Many new features for the all round Valmet 350 1 harvesting head 8 10 2007 New CEO New Forest Machine Center and New Focus 5 09 2007 Valmet forwarders set production record in Indonesia 12 06 2007 MaxiHarvester 3 10 and MaxiHead 3 10 New software suite for harvesters and harvesting heads 8 05 2007 Group Quality Assurance Department strengthens Komatsu Forest s quality focus 19 04 2007 Valmet contractor Logger of the Year in Russia 12 04 2007 New CEO sets sights on same goal 30 03 2007 Komatsu Forest Constructs New Forest Machine Center in Finland 1 2 Press images jpg Comfort Ride Press images jpg Komatsu 895 No 1 Press images jpg

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  • Press details - Global - Komatsu Forest
    Estonia Finland France Germany Hungary Indonesia Japan Latvia Lithuania Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Rep of South Africa Romania Russia Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom Uruguay USA and Canada Show more hits Press details End of Financial Year Specials 2013 06 18 Please contact our Parts department on 02 9647 3636 Alternatively email parts au komatsuforest com The pdf below contains more details End of Financial Year Specials To press center

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  • Press details - Global - Komatsu Forest
    Indonesia Japan Latvia Lithuania Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Rep of South Africa Romania Russia Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom Uruguay USA and Canada Show more hits Press details Komatsu Timberpro Filter Offer 2012 10 05 Komatsu Timberpro Filter Offer valid from 1 10 12 30 11 12 Please contact our Parts department on 02 9647 3636 Alternatively email parts au komatsuforest com The pdf below contains more details XT and

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  • Press details - Global - Komatsu Forest
    heads and Komatsu 890 3 forwarders All machines are supplied with 5 year full service contracts that include maintenance and parts supply Delivery of the machines will start this coming spring ready for use when harvesting begins in the states of Mato Grosso do Sul and São Paulo The contract also includes training Komatsu Forest faced tough competition when bidding for the contract Central to Eldorado Brazil s choice of Komatsu Forest was the offer of a package solution comprising carriers harvesting heads and forwarders that are well adapted to Brazilian conditions The new Eldorado Brasil pulp and paper mill is the world s largest and when production is commissioned in the last quarter of 2012 Eldorado Brasil will have an annual output of 1 5 million tons of bleached pulp The raw material will be sourced exclusively from eucalyptus plantations Komatsu Forest has also recently signed important contracts in Uruguay The Montes del Plata MDP pulp mill has purchased Komatsu 941 1 harvesters and Komatsu 890 3 forwarders together with a full service agreement MDP is jointly owned by the Finnish Swedish company Stora Enso and the Chilean company Arauco Delivery is to be completed before August 2012 Uruguay

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  • Press details - Global - Komatsu Forest
    This is worth celebrating and the celebrations will take different forms throughout the year 50 years ago when the first simple forerunners of today s high tech forest machines were manufactured the brand that is now Komatsu was known as Valmet The forwarders were first produced in Tampere Finland All production was later moved to Umeå Sweden This is also where harvester development and production began and Umeå Mekaniska soon became a successful supplier Much has happened since then Owners have come and gone mostly Finnish but seven years ago Komatsu of Japan took ownership of Komatsu Forest and now develops and manufactures the classic red forest machines The red machines the Ferraris of the forest have always been synonymous with technological development for the forest industry For half a century new machines such as Skruven Tviggen the Valmet 940 single grip processor the Valmet 901 single grip harvester the Valmet 801C combi machine advanced computerized measurement systems telescopic booms forwarders and new harvesting heads have always been at the forefront of technical development With insatiable curiosity and great understanding of forest conditions new technical breakthroughs have actively contributed to the development of the cut to length CTL harvesting system With today s high tech products there is every opportunity to pursue forestry that offers long term profitability and sustainability If you would like to know more about our 50th anniversary celebrations visit www komatsuforest50 com Facts Komatsu Forest Komatsu Forest is an international group with its headquarters and technology center in Umeå Sweden Komatsu Forest produces the Komatsu brand of forest machines and is one of the world s largest manufacturers in this sector Komatsu Forest has some 1 300 employees and is represented in all markets where mechanized forestry is used The company has two manufacturing units one

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  • Press details - Global - Komatsu Forest
    Forest Komatsu Forest recently signed an agreement with Republic of Tatarstan It is the biggest single contract ever signed with Russian customer for delivery of forest machines The contract also includes training of mechanics and operators simulators and service The deliveries have already begun Russia is an enormous market with great potential and doing business in Russia is also of interest as it can lead to future opportunities in the Chinese market In Indonesia Komatsu Forest recently signed an agreement with PT Riau Andalun Pulp Paper with plantations near the equator that include some of the highest yielding plantations in the world Via its internal contracting business PT Pech Tech Services Indonesia the company has bought about 50 harvesting heads which will be fitted to Komatsu excavators The South American forest industry hardly felt the financial crisis suffered by the rest of the world a couple of years ago and Brazil has long been the motor of the South American forest industry Komatsu Forest has signed two major deals encompassing some 50 machines service and training Demand for forest machines is now on the increase in other South American countries In Uruguay for example Stora Enso and Chilean forest company Arauco are investing in a state of the art pulp mill The pulp mill is expected to be completed during the first quarter of 2013 and the raw material to be processed at the mill is mostly eucalyptus which will be sourced from their own plantations This is a new type of operation that will require great numbers of machines and extensive service and training in the future Facts Komatsu Forest Komatsu Forest is an international group with its headquarters and technology center in Umeå Sweden Komatsu Forest produces the Komatsu brand of forest machines and is one of the

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  • Press details - Global - Komatsu Forest
    head 2009 06 03 Komatsu Forest is the first manufacturer in the world to launch a continuous rotating head The Valmet 370E Continuous Rotating is the world s first head with a continuous rotation function This function enables the head to rotate fully without risking hose breakage With a regular head the head must be rotated back and forward during processing to avoid hose breakage With the Continuous Rotating function all hoses and electric cables run through a swivel which means the operator can focus solely on production Continuous Rotating is based on Komatsu Forest s good experience of Valmet ProTec the protected hose routing solution for forwarders and the basic idea of Continuous Rotating is the same to increase the machine s MTBF Mean Time Between Failures The result is quite simply less downtime Development work on the Valmet 370E Continuous Rotating is the result of Komatsu Forest s Kaizen work Kaizen is Japanese with Kai meaning change and Zen meaning continual improvement These continual improvements chiefly comprise all the small seemingly insignificant improvements that together make for a product better Another central aspect of Kaizen is to give the customer want they really want and need The driving

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