A 2020 Eco Log Review – A Year Of Action
2020 was a slow year for many businesses with lockdowns and working from home restrictions.
However, not so for Eco Log. Instead, 2020 was a very active year that saw the launch of the F-series, Eco Log 584F, and the merger between Eco Log and Gremo.
February 2020 – The F-Series Launches
In February 2020 Eco Log launched the new F-Series Harvesters and Forwarders. It was a huge launch which included the:
- Eco Log 550F Harvester
- Eco Log 560F Harvester
- Eco Log 750F Forwarder
April 2020 – Eco Log & Gremo Merger
The merger between Eco Log and Gremo was announced in April 2020 and in the background, work commenced on a new range of Harvesters and Forwarders incorporating both Gremo and Eco Log technology that would launch under the ‘F-Series’ banner.
September 2020 – The Launch of the Eco Log 584F Forwarder … and more
The new Eco Log 584F Forwarder was launched in September 2020 resulting in a new-look machine line-up consisting of six Forwarder models:
- Eco Log 750 (previously Gremo), load capacity 8.5 tonnes.
- Eco Log 1050 (previously Gremo) load capacity 10.5 tonnes.
- Eco Log 1250 (previously Gremo), load capacity 12.5 tonnes.
- Eco Log 574F, load capacity 14 tonnes
- Eco Log 584F
- Eco Log 594F, load capacity 20 tonnes
This extensive range has resulted in Eco Log offering the most comprehensive Forwarder range on the world market.
In addition, the lighter, eight-wheeled harvester from Gremo has been added to the existing Eco Log harvester models and carry the name Eco Log 1058 (15.9 tonnes, tare weight).
What a year for Eco Log and their Australian dealer ScanForestry. Bring on 2021 – we are ready to get moving!