Two springboards are slotted one below the other into a vertically secured tree trunk. We introduce you to the discipline Springboard in this article.
This discipline simulates felling a tree with an axe. A vertically secured block of wood (diameter of 30 cm) must be chopped through from both sides as quickly as possible. We introduce you to the discipline Standing Block Chop in this article.
This discipline demonstrates the technique for cutting up a felled tree. The athletes stand on a horizontally secured block and have to cut through a 32-cm thick trunk with their axe. We introduce you to the discipline Underhand Chop in this article.
In 2013, Manuel Perez Almeria moved from STIHL Spain to the Colombian town of Rionegro. The new surroundings have given Manuel many exciting experiences and a brand new outlook. STIHL’s manufacturing network with production companies in Germany, USA, Brazil, China, Austria and Switzerland as well as over 30 subsidiaries around the world, offers more than enough opportunities.
Andreas Stihl has a strong relationship with his hometown Wiechs am Randen. That’s why he built an entire plant here. STIHL plant 3 has now been around for more than 50 years.
At a family-owned company like STIHL, not all business decisions are made solely on the basis of hard, cold economic facts. Sometimes, the STIHL family’s sense of connection to a certain region and its people plays a greater role. That’s also how the story of plant 3 in Wiechs am Randen, Germany began – the first production site outside of Waiblingen, Germany.
In February, we profiled the non-profit organisation Bergwaldprojekt e.V. (STIHL supports the organisation Bergwaldprojekt e.V.). The organisation is committed to protecting, preserving and maintaining forests – with a special focus on mountain forests – and cultural landscapes. As part of Bergwaldprojekt’s activities, kids in Germany can attend a so called “forest school”, where they can […]
A complete success for STIHL: In the 31st World Logging Championships, 26 out of 36 medals in the individual competitions went to STIHL athletes. Uli Huber (Germany) secured the gold medal in the overall rankings and the German national team – an all STIHL team – took the title in the team competition. 9 gold, 9 silver and 8 bronze medals was the outstanding total at the end of the contests, which took place in Brienz (Switzerland) from 11 to 13 September 2014.
The world’s top forestry workers will face off in Switzerland from 11 to 13 September 2014. And for the first time, an all-STIHL team will be representing Germany. Members of the STIHL team managed to stay one step ahead of their competition during the 2013 German Logging Championships.