Michael Alterauge and his trained foresters carry out forestry work of all kinds: this includes not only felling trees to preserve the forest stock, but also transporting the wood later or clearing it up after a storm. The Drolshagen entrepreneur has also specialised in felling so-called problem trees, which are mostly located in residential areas and pose a danger to people, houses or gardens.Letting a tree climber with a chainsaw do this work is not only physically very strenuous, but also often dangerous. Michael Alterauge therefore decided to buy a Theo25. Thanks to its working height of 25 metres and enormous lateral reach, it is now possible to remove trees that were previously only accessible using rope-assisted climbing technology. Due to its compact dimensions, the Theo requires little space and, due to its low dead weight, causes no major damage even on areas with little compaction.