New Ponsse Products

Ponsse has launched a series of new products to improve productivity in sustainable harvesting, including the Ponsse Scorpion Giant harvester and the Ponsse Mammoth forwarder.

The Scorpion Giant harvester adds to the Scorpion product range, which was completely upgraded in 2021. It was developed to have more tractive effort, which helps the harvester to be agile even in challenging conditions, including snow, steep slopes and soft terrain. The Scorpion Giant is available with the highly advanced and modern Opti 5G system and the Opti 8 touchscreen computer.

The Mammoth forwarder expands Ponsse’s forwarder range to the new category of 25-ton load-carrying capacity, and is equipped with the Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) and Ponsse K121 loader.

One of the most prominent new features is the Ponsse Active Seat, developed according to forest machine operators’ requests. The new Active Seat improves usability, as it turns and follows the work environment according to crane movements, increasing the forest machine operator’s productivity.

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