• 11-NOV-2014

New Holland dealers unveil diverse line-up for Agriscot 2014


New Holland LM7.35 Telehandler loading bales in the field

This year’s brand new telehandler from New Holland will be making its Agriscot debut surrounded by a diverse display of products.

Local dealers Bryson Tractors, Agricar, and Lothian Tractors will be drawing the crowds among the 250-plus trade stands at the Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston, Edinburgh, on Wednesday November 19th.

At Stand 172, visitors will be able to inspect the LM7.35 telehandler which is part of the brand new five-model range which now boasts superior rigidity and enhanced front attachment performance.

The range is capable of lift height of up to 9.1 metres and up to 4,200kg lift capacity. It comes with best-in-class visibility, ergonomic controls and operator comfort, a configuration for easy maintenance, and simple adjustment.

Also making an appearance will be a T7.270 tractor in its Golden Jubilee livery to celebrate the 50th anniversary of New Holland’s flagship tractor factory in Basildon, Essex – home to the popular T6 and T7.

People will be able to experience the convenience and efficiency of New Holland’s AutoCommand tractors too, thanks to a seat simulator on the stand to demonstrate how simple and flexible the system is.

The Auto Command™ Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) provides an infinite choice of speeds with smooth acceleration, without multiple steps. With no clutching, the Auto Command transmission is ideal for loader work.

A T5.105 loader tractor will complete the line-up, focussed on the needs of the livestock market.

Bryson Tractors managing director Nancy Bryson said: “Agriscot is even bigger this year so, with our impressive display showcasing New Holland’s state-of-the-art technology, we’re expecting more inquiries than ever.

“We’re looking forward to seeing people’s reactions to the brand new telehandler’s capabilities and trying out the AutoCommand simulator. For farmers who want products that make their lives easier, we’ll be the first stand they visit.”