Keeping forestry equipment productive and on track can be a tough job even in the best conditions. Add in changing weather, colder temperatures and harsh conditions and your equipment is at risk of breakdowns and high repair costs.
To ensure your forestry equipment continues performing at its best, owners need to think about winterizing their fleet as soon as temperatures start dropping. Canadian Forest Industries magazine spoke to David Beleznay, forestry corporate account manager for Finning for some tips on how to get the most out of your equipment during the winter months.
Read the full article in Canadian Forest Industries magazine.
Finning is the world’s largest Caterpillar dealer delivering unrivalled service for over 80 years. We sell, rent and provide parts and service for equipment and engines to customers in various industries, including mining, construction, petroleum, forestry and a wide range of power systems applications. Since 1933, when Finning was first established in Canada by Earl B. Finning, our name has conveyed integrity, reliability and resourcefulness. Over the years, the company has grown as a result of a genuine commitment to earning customer loyalty. With our broad product support infrastructure and unmatched service capabilities, we deliver solutions that enable customers to achieve the lowest equipment owning and operating costs while maximizing uptime. Finning employs nearly 12,000 people world-wide and operates in three geographies, with the head office in Vancouver, Canada.
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