Within forestry regardless of which method you use in felling the trees, you will need to carry the logs to a paper or pulp mill and that is done by a logger truck. Ones the trees are at the landing, a truck will carry the logs to its final destination. Since the roads are not always proper roads down to the landing, these truck tires need to be able to handle both on and off road conditions, so you will need an off and on road tire.
The truck tires will also sometimes need to cover winter conditions, as you might still have snow covered roads during the early spring. This is why these tires have to have capacity to work both on and off the road and in winter conditions if needed. You will not find much better tires for your trucks than the Nokian Hakkapeliitta Truck E tires. They are approved for winter conditions so that you can get to your destination safely.
It is not only the logging truck that will face challenges. The logger tires such as the Nokian Logger King LS-2, which is a skidder tire for extreme conditions that is built to carry the heavy loads, while providing long trouble free service life. In the forest you will face more challenges than just some muddy or snowy roads, you will find a lot of obstacles that will make it challenging to get back and forth to the landing with the logs that needs to be dragged through the forest. You will need to have excellent grip regardless of slippery stones and moss covered steep hills. You might need to put chains or tracks on the tires to make sure that you get the best possible grip through these conditions, but the Nokian Logger King LS-2 is ready for that. This even comes in an extreme version for the biggest and heaviest machinery used in the hardest conditions.
When you choose tires from the Nokian Tyre range of forest tires, then you are selecting among the worlds best forest tires. Nokian Tyres is the global market leader when it comes to tires for the forest industry both for cut-to-length or full-tree harvesting. Make sure you check what tires are offered in the technical tire manual.