Heavy-Duty Forwarders Boast High HP, Low Fuel Use


EPA Tier 4 Final certified forwarders provides increased performance, productivity, operator comfort, and serviceability.


The four new forwarders in the line up are the 845, 855, 875 and 895. The 845 is a new, additional model which competes in the 12 metric ton payload class.

Models handle rated payload capacities from 12 to 20 metric tons whole providing 9 to 15% more horsepower and lower fuel consumption. These engines also feature high torque backup, high capacity cooling systems, and lower noise levels for high performance and productivity.

Larger hydrostatic transmission (HST) pumps and/or motors produce 3 to 11% higher tractive effort, significantly improving rough terrain capabilities.


The electrically-actuated engine hood tilts 90 deg to provide full engine access and serves as a work platform.


  • Model 845 is Komatsu’s new entry into the 12 metric ton capacity class
  • Model 855 14 metric ton capacity class Forwarder has 12% more horsepower
  • Model 875 Forwarder is unique with a 16 metric ton capacity, and has 15% more horsepower and a new more powerful 145F crane compared to the prior 865
  • Model 895 20 metric ton capacity Forwarder boasts some of the highest horsepower, engine torque, tractive effort and crane lifting/slewing torque ratings in its class
  • Deluxe AM/FM/CD/MP3 stereo system, with remote control, USB, Bluetooth, SiriusXM capability and handsfree microphone, comes standard. 

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