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Komastsu 941 harvester for hire

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Morning everyone,


I'm based in Kent, covering kent, sussex, Surrey and Hampshire.


We are charging £12-15 per ton depending on clearfell or thinnings. Bunched according to bucking in the wood ready for forwarding.


£55-65 per hour, again depending on thinning or clearfell and distance to the landing, bunched into a trailer or bin or to a central landing. But Id prefer to clearfell and bunch to a landing rather than thin.


Transport costs depending on distance and job size.


Email me at david_burden@btconnect.com, or call 07790032573, prices exclude VAT.


Kind regards



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Just cutting for that money, forwarding around £5 a ton depends on the distance.


Yes we do a lot for private agricultural land owners here in kent and are asked to cut into a trailer or a ROLO bin, cut and reverse with the tree and length into the trailer for there biomass or logs.

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Hi did try ringing but no answer, we run harvesters and forwarders but do sub jobs out from time to time would be good to speak to discuss further, obviously price would depend on job as prices seem steep for softwood clearfell


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