Claas, Club Car, Gyrax, JCB and Toro are just some of the market-leading brands that will be on show or demonstrated in the Machinery Dealer Village at IOG SALTEX (Windsor, 5th to 7th September 2006), Europe’s annual flagship event for the open space management industry.
Among the dealers and distributors of turfcare machinery and equipment taking stand space in this special feature area of the show are A F Wiltshire, A T Oliver & Son, D W Tomlin, Lister Wilder, Mark Weatherhead Ltd and Southern Harvesters.
While A F Wiltshire will be showcasing its parts delivery service, the new Gyrax Vario Coupe topper (cutting capacity from 2.8 to 4.7 metres) will head the Southern Harvesters’ stand as part of the company’s display of Claas tractors, Gyrax toppers and verge mowers, as well as a flail verge cutter.
Meanwhile, A T Oliver will be showing representatives from the JCB Groundcare portfolio along with the Club Car 232 utility vehicle and Villager 6-person carrier, in addition to a Procore 648 aerator from Toro.
Designed to enable visitors to inspect and compare a wide range of grounds care machinery and equipment in one special, dedicated area on the Windsor showground, the Machinery Dealer Village is sponsored and supported by BAGMA (the British Agricultural & Garden Machinery Association).
The Machinery Dealer Village will embrace a networking and hospitality area where visitors can also gain details of BAGMA services, including training courses. BAGMA has as members 850 dealers, plus 75 suppliers and allied industry companies.
The Machinery Dealer Village complements a number of major attractions planned for this year’s event including an expanded educational/seminar programme and a technical advice clinic.
Visitors to IOG SALTEX (5-7 September, Windsor Racecourse) can register now for their free entry badge at www.iogsaltex.co.uk or can call the Visitor Hotline on 0870 429 4524 to order free visitor tickets.
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