We are introducing a new product option for our forestry harvesting equipment to our current and prospective clients through a partnership with our biodegradable fluid partner, Interlube.
Interlube is a leader for industrial grade biodegradable fluids for heavy equipment with specialty products that meet or exceed environmental norms established for heavily regulated industries such as mining in a growing number of jurisdictions.
Interlube has several certifications, most notably they are a Green Marine certified partner; which has some of the most stringent certification standards for products used in eco sensitive marine environments.
Interlube products are equipment manufacturer certified, as well as environmental agency approved to meet the various stringent standards being imposed in many places around the world. Interlube have developed their biodegradable fluid products to often perform better than petroleum alternatives with minimal alterations to regularly scheduled maintenance practices.
Within our growing dealer network, we are able to offer a two-tier solution:
Forestry harvesting companies can benefit greatly from reducing their environmental impact by using environmentally friendly equipment and practices. In addition to staying ahead of regulatory requirements, companies that prioritize sustainability can also improve their reputation among consumers and stakeholders, and potentially increase profitability in the long run.
One way forestry harvesting companies can reduce their environmental impact is by using biodegradable fluids in their equipment to minimize the impact of fluid leaks, which are inevitable in any industrial operation. All Eltec B-series engines from Cummins are also biodiesel compatible.
Another practical business rationale for reducing environmental impact is to stay ahead of regulatory requirements. As governments around the world continue to tighten regulations on forestry harvesting, companies that prioritize sustainability will have a competitive advantage over those that do not. By demonstrating a commitment to sustainability, companies can reduce the risk of fines and other penalties, while also improving their reputation among customers and stakeholders.