Meet the Champion, with the World Champion Saw
WLC, the World Logging Championship, is arranged every two years when professional elite loggers from around the world compete in five
different events: precision felling, changing saw chain, precision sawing with two different methods and limbing.
3 Questions with Lasse Strandell
Lars is a multiple medalist at World Logging Championships (WLC) and has more than 30 years of experience in logging. With such expertise, it’s no wonder he is Team Husqvarna’s 2016 WLC coach.
Meet one of our youngest champions, Anton Petersson, 19 years
Anton is part of the team of competitors who are under 24 years of age. See what he has to say about his chances at this year’s World Logging Championships (WLC).
An Exclusive Peek at our Championship Saws
World Logging Championships are about to begin, but before we launch into our coverage of the competition, we wanted to give all our chainsaw enthusiasts a look into how our two championship chainsaws, 576 XP & 372 XP, came to be!
WLC 2016 Starts September 8th!
The 32nd World Logging Championships will begin in Wisla, Poland on September 8, with more than 100 loggers participating this year for the World Logging Championship title.
Choosing the right saw chain: A few tips
If you want to get the most out of your chainsaw, it’s important that you choose the saw chain that is exactly right. Here are a few things to keep in mind.
Equipped with solutions that improve your results
The Husqvarna 560 XP chainsaw is developed for professionals who want to work with the best possible in power and efficiency – and stay safe while doing it. Here are some of the innovative solutions that make it possible for this machine to better your business.
Things to keep in mind when you buy a chainsaw
Looking to prune bushes, or to cut down trees? When buying a new chainsaw the most important thing to consider is how you will use it.
Storm-cleanup with chainsaws – how to stay safe when nature strikes
Families trapped in their homes. Trees coming straight at you while working. As a firefighter in frequently storm-hit Mississippi, Woodman Speights has plenty of experience of working with chainsaws in tough conditions. Like the dangerous task of storm cleanup – something that should only be done by trained professionals.
“I’ve seen some serious damage,” he says.