More than 30 years ago, Kershaw responded to the need for efficient vegetation control equipment for utility companies and railroads. Beginning with cutting-edge prototypes and extensive field research, Kershaw was a pioneer in early vegetation control. These three decades of experience in equipment design have lead to the development of the finest tree trimming and brush cutting machines in the industry. From the first Kershaw Brush Cutter in the early 1970s to the new SkyTrim 75 G2 Tree Trimmer of today, the knowledge obtained from this rich heritage is evident in all of our vegetation control equipment. Kershaw offers rubber-tired or rail-bound brush cutters and rubber-tired or tracked tree trimmers. Most rubber-tired machines are available with hi-rail attachments.