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New Holland launches new materials handling kit at interactive farmer event


• New Holland unveils new materials handling equipment at Farm Handling Experience event
• An opportunity to test drive New Holland equipment, including tractors, telehandlers, wheeled loaders and skid-steers

Several new materials handling machines from New Holland’s construction equipment range will debut at the upcoming Farm Handling Experience event, at Stoneleigh Park on 22nd and 23rd April 2015, where visitors can test drive many machines, and have the opportunity to speak first hand to New Holland staff.

The new materials handling machines complement New Holland’s already extensive range of agricultural loader tractors and LM telehandlers.

New Skid Steer models L230 and L220 will be available to test and view, within a dairy cubicle set-up designed to show the machine’s agility in tight spaces.

The new W170C wheel loader will be on show and customers can witness the machine at work in a live demonstration with a buck rake attachment.

New for more serious shifting of soil, waste and other materials are New Holland’s B110C backhoe loader and E26 mini excavator which will be on the company’s stand.

Also on the stand will be the T4, T5 and T6 New Holland tractors, all fitted with loader attachments. Models from each of these ranges will be available to drive in the Ride and Drive areas.

The LM Elite, the latest New Holland telehandler will also be put through its paces in a set of real-life handling tasks.

Entry to the event is free, but visitors wishing to try out equipment on the day are required to book places in advance. Test drives, for up to three models, are available on a first come, first served basis. Note, those booking a drive must bring their telehandler certificate to show they are qualified to drive farm machinery.

Visitors can register on the event’s website.



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