Case IH Agriculture
AFTER MORE THAN 170 YEARS WE REMAIN TRUE TO OUR VISION OF PROVIDING THE FARMERS OF TOMORROW WITH AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY THAT IS ALWAYS AN INNOVATIVE, RELIABLE AND PROFITABLE INVESTMENT
For more than 170 years Case IH has played a major role in shaping agriculture, with legendary brand names that include Case, International Harvester and David Brown. As the inventor of the power take-off, Axial-Flow single rotor threshing and the hydraulic reversing gear, and as the pioneer of the continuously variable transmission, the Case IH heritage goes on.
The pioneering vision of our forebears remains at the heart of every Case IH product to this day. It is with the same passion that we develop and produce agricultural machinery in Europe and across the world. More than one hundred thousand Case IH machines in operation are testament to our dedication to meeting and exceeding the expectations of farmers across the world.
This wealth of experience has given us the opportunity to listen to you and design products that deliver precisely what you need. Our drive for innovation has led us to devise advanced technological solutions to constantly drive up our machines’ performance and productivity whilst making them easy to use and increasingly profitable. We strive tirelessly for perfection, achieving high quality in everything, down to the smallest detail. We demand of ourselves and our dealers the same high level of quality in the service we provide together to our customers.
JCB Construction Equipment
JCB has been pioneering the telehandler concept since 1977. Since then, we’ve remained the world’s first choice, and the JCB telehandler range has come to epitomise the very highest levels of performance and productivity. Not only that but the JCB Loadall lineup is one of the most extensive in the world, with competitive running costs, world-beating build quality, enviable versatility and top residual values.
Our telehandler range is over 30-strong, from compact models for accessing restricted sites to 4.1-tonne payload, 17m lift height machines. There’s an accompanying vast choice of attachments. Part of the reason that the JCB telehandler has stayed ahead of the competition is our continued commitment to innovation. Most JCB telehandlers feature our world-renowned Dieselmax engine while all are designed for ultimate manoeuvrability and feature 3 different steer modes. There are specialist application packages too, like our Wastemaster range.
So when it comes to choosing a telehandler, there’s really only one choice: a JCB.
Giltrap Engineering Ltd
YOU SAID YOU WANTED A MORE ROBUST TIP TRAILER PROFESSIONALLY DESIGNED TO TAKE THE WEIGHT AND THAT’S EXACTLY WHAT WE’VE DONE.
You told us you needed a tip trailer with a high tipping angle and high ground clearance for easy unloading. You wanted a trailer with a low centre of gravity for stability. You needed a versatile trailer guaranteed to lift to capacity, so we’ve done all that and more.
Giltrap have been manufacturing agricultural trailers since 1959 to become the largest selling trailer in New Zealand, and they are found throughout Australia, Southeast Asia, the South Pacific, South America and South Africa. We design and build a wide range of trailers from a 3 tonne flat deck multi-purpose model up to specialised 14 tonne capacity earthmoving trailers. Our wealth of experience has given us the opportunity to refine and perfect our designs, so that you can be guaranteed of buying a trailer that you know will be right for your job, and will give you many years of trouble free use.
Grégoire Besson is a world leader in cultivation equipment, including ploughs, disc harrows and tined cultivators. Established in France in 1802, this family-owned company employs about 350 staff across its five manufacturing sites. The CLAAS Harvest Centre network has proudly represented Grégoire Besson since 2009.
Respect the soil
Every Grégoire Besson design is based on sound agronomic, engineering and manufacturing principles - and above all, a deep respect for the soil as the foundation of growing food for the world. Their motto is: Remember that Mother Nature always gives more than what we will ever return to her.
Grégoire Besson manufactured the world’s first commercial reversible plough in 1901. A century later, a state-of-the-art Grégoire Besson 20-furrow plough established a new world record, ploughing 321 ha in 24 hours. Grégoire Besson develops and manufactures innovative, long-lasting and ergonomically-designed farm machinery suitable for all tractor types and farm sizes. The company is now represented in 72 countries throughout the world.
Kubota - N.B. We are not an authorised reseller of Kubota products, Excavator’s on this website are for Hire only
From humble beginnings as a cast iron manufacturer in Osaka, the Kubota Corporation, established in 1890, has grown into a highly successful multinational company employing over 23,000 people worldwide with a turnover in the billions of dollars. Kubota has become an international brand leader with a focus on contributing to society by offering environmentally compatible equipment designed to improve quality of life.
Kubota products have been distributed in New Zealand for almost 40 years now and have fast become a dominant figure in the market. With the first Kubota excavator, the KH-1, released into the New Zealand market in 1979, Kubota has long been a force to be reckoned with in the mini excavator market. The line has developed over the years, now with the KX series and the U series zero tail swing excavators, into the number one selling mini excavator in the world.
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