Kellands has secured a double deal in Australia which has just seen two state-of-the-art machines despatched down under.
- A new Agribuggy A280 sprayer is on its way to Tasmania where it will be showcased at the region’s influential Agfest Show before going into service with its new owner
- And a new Multidrive is on its way to Southern Australia where it will be fitted with a veg bed fertiliser unit for high-performance spreading
Kellands director of sales and marketing Keith Pashley said he was delighted with the company’s southern hemisphere sales success and was looking forward to forging new opportunities in the country.
He said: “We have a strong presence in Australia where the quality and versatility of our machines make them a popular choice with farmers and contractors.
“We’re looking forward to more deals and believe our presence at the Agfest Show will raise Kellands’ profile in Tasmania and help us grow business in the region.”