Manager Markus Deisl and his 28 employees process around 50,000 cubic meters of different types of round timber each year, from spruce and fir, to pine and poplar. A large proportion of this timber is used in the company's own pallet and box production. Holz Deisl produces around 250,000 special packaging tailored to customer wishes each year. As manager and owner of the medium-sized family-run company, Markus Deisl is a real all-rounder, there is nothing that doesn't pass over his desk. And he also needs an all-rounder at the storage site. With six types of wood and tight space conditions, a good overview and logistics is essential. Since 2011, the company has been relying on a new SENNEBOGEN 825 M for sorting and supplying the round timber sorting line, as well as stacking the long timber into piles. Individuality and small quantities are the major strengths of Holz Deisl, which is now in its third generation. The sawmill has been operating at the site since 1520 and can look back on a long history with many highs and lows. Customers often order small quantities and individual items, which are picked out log by log from the extensive stock using the 825. "Lots of sorting and piling is required for carrying out orders and the machine has proven itself admirably after 2600 hours of operation", explains Deisl. Equipped with a HGT timber grab, the machine also unloads the boxes in the sorting plant. More far away areas and storage sites can be reached easily with the 13 meter boom. The hydraulic elevating maXcab comfort cab guarantees optimal overview, even beyond the sorting plant. Thanks to the two-tier drive transmission, the machine can move quickly on the site at up to 20 km/h. The good price/performance ratio and competent consultation, combined with great service from the Austrian distribution partner IBS Industrie- und Baumaschinen Service GmbH, are the reasons behind Holz Deisl choosing a SENNEBOGEN.
"With our SENNEBOGEN 825 M, we can carry out all necessary tasks quickly and easily. We were particularly impressed by the low consumption and good service." Manager Markus Deisl