FOLLOWING the news in April that manufacturer Gremo would merge with Eco Log, it has been announced that all machines will carry both the Eco Log name and colour moving forward.

“Gremo machines have amazing qualities that we know are highly valued amongst the customers. Even if the machines will be named and look like Eco Log, it is very important to us that all customers feel confident in what they get and recognise the functionality they are used to. This goes for everyone, whether you are an existing or new customer or if you drive an Eco Log or a Gremo. Naturally, we will integrate Gremo service and aftersales in our existing organisation to make sure customers of Gremo will still experience the same high uptime as before,” said Anders Gustafson, Eco Log CEO.

The addition of Gremo’s smaller forwarders to the existing Eco Log range will see a machine line-up consisting of five forwarder models with a loading capacity from 8.5 to 20 tonnes. The range of Eco Log harvesters will also be complemented with a small, eight-wheeled harvester.

Anders Gustafson added: “Gremo’s forwarders and harvester make a perfect match to existing Eco Log products. Naturally, we will maintain, nurture and develop their range in true Gremo spirit moving on. Due to the merger, we will be able to offer our customers one of the widest ranges on the market with forest machines in different sizes and capacities, with qualities to master the many and varied tasks of modern forestry. We will still be the same, familiar company but with an even higher ability to provide our customers with exactly what they ask for.”

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