Eco Log Sweden AB

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Telephone : +46 270 - 42 95 00
Address : Norra Hamngatan 41 , Söderhamn , none , Sweden , 826 22

Eco Log is the result of an acquisition of Caterpillar's cut-to-length product line, in February 2004 by Swedish company Log Max. Before that was the place home of Kockums manufacturing of forestry equipment. Today Eco Log is a part of Log Max AB a subsidiary of Komatsu Forest AB.

The Head Office is situated in Söderhamn Sweden where management sits next to the R&D, marketing, production and spare parts departments. Technical support and technical training departments also resides here. Thanks to the complete enterprise being under the same roof, the Company is characterized by a slim organization and quick decisions.

- 12,730 m² factory floor
- 1,080 m² office space
- 130 employees and consultants
- Capacity for over 200 units annually
- Products: Five harvester models and four forwarder models

With great experience of the Forestry business and quality awareness, Eco Log is a flexible manufacturer of Forestry Machines that offer world class products.

Markets and sales
Our most important markets are Sweden, North America and Germany. During 2011 over 130 units were delivered.


Eco Log Harvesters and Forwarders has built-in serviceability. Easy to access and integrated inspection- and service points, allows for quick and easy service. Essential components are built as modules, which makes them easy to replace without having an effect on or needing to dismount other components.


Ecolog 550 D

Ecolog 550 D

Eco Log 550D is the optimum harvester for all types of thinning. Thanks to the side-mounted crane and the leveling chassis system the Eco Log 550D offers good visibility and comfort in dense thinning operations. The operator maintains a good working posture during the complete shift and is able to keep a high production.

Ecolog Log Max

Ecolog Log Max

Log Max harvesting heads are designed for installation on all kinds of carriers. Head weight can be a key factor, especially for heads installed on rubber tired harvesters because of carrier stability and crane capacity. Keeping weight to a minimum requires efficient structures design and high strength materials, key features in our state-of-the-art-design.