Brisvegas Machinery to attend FarmFest 2016
On the 7th of June, Brisvegas Machinery will be taking their sought after range of excavators and Posi-track loaders to Farm Fest, Queensland’s premier field days.
Staged at Kingsthorpe Park, 20 kilometres west of Toowoomba, Farmfest will run over three big days and are expecting over 2500 exhibitors.
Brisvegas Machinery’s General Manager, Kane Bennett, says he’s looking forward to showcasing the range of models now available through the Brisbane branch.
“Since last year we have several new Kobelco excavator models that have been released and now stock our own Australian designed range of excavator buckets, rippers and grabs.”
“Visitors to the show will get to see the large variety of equipment we can supply for their business which are suitable for all types of working environments,” said Kane.
Onsite will be the latest model from Kobelco, the SK210LC Generation 10 model with a MSB hammer attachment. A key feature of the new Generation 10 range is the improved fuel efficiency, allowing the machine to use 16% less fuel in H-mode compared to its predecessors.
The SK210LC-10 boasts quick hitch piping & tilt circuit piping as standard, as well as a reverse camera and Geoscan, Kobelco’s excavator remote monitoring system.
Alongside the Kobelco SK210LC-10 we’ll also have the SK35SR-6, SK55SRX-6 and SK17SR-5 on display. From the Terex Posi-track range, the PT30 canopy and PT50 A/C cab models will be showcased at the field day.
While the machines are the main focus, equally as important are the attachments to compliment these machines. On display for the first time are Brisvegas Machinery’s new range of bucket and attachments by Roo. The Roo Attachments are Australian designed and include everything from digging and mud buckets to rippers and grabs. The team will also present the range of MSB hammers at Farmfest.
Customers and dealers can visit Brisvegas Machinery at site number O-P/16 to see the latest equipment and pick up a giveaway or two.
Farmfest is on 7, 8 and 9 June 2016 at Kingsthorpe Park, Warrego Highway, Kingsthorpe Toowoomba, QLD.