The Inventor of the Logmatic

Who better to lead the way in designing innovative wood harvesting products than the Scandinavians?
Decades of design and experience in the field of forest harvesting and forestry machinery, back up the Logmatic products ( the Log Splitter, Splitting basket, high quality work gloves, etc.).

A Finnish Forester named Jussi Sarvela, invented the Logmatic concept. Some years ago a tall and very large birch tree was blown over in a big storm on his property.
After toiling away with an axe during the clean up process he became convinced there had to be an easier method of splitting the wood, and so the Logmatic was born.

Jussi Sarvela was also involved in the development of the first modern Finnish forwarder for forest haulage – a field of large-scale industry nowadays – as well as the light “Farmi” forestry machinery, today renowned brand products the world over.

Sarvela’s company received Finland’s National Entrepreneur Award, and his planning and design teams awards include recognition at the New York Second International Inventors’ Exhibition. Throughout, the work done by the team has been innovative, with dozens of national and international patents to its name. Now this wealth of experience has been transferred to the Logmatic product range.

The Logmatic products also received international acclaim at a forestry trade fair held in France, where the Logmatic won the Safety Award. But the best accolade continues to be from the tens of thousands of users, who are making this safe and efficient product known in all the major countries of the World.