Kellands has been pulling in the crowds at Australia’s top agricultural show – putting the spotlight on its versatile Multidrive range.
The high-profile Agquip 2014 event attracted more than 100,000 showgoers and gave Kellands an opportunity to showcase its market-leading technology in a series of well-attended working demonstrations.
Two new M380 machines were on display at Agquip 2014 - one configured as a high-performance crop sprayer, the other as an agricultural spreader – highlighting the comprehensive range of applications and builds supported by the Multidrive platform.
UK crop sprayers managing director Chris Kelland said Agquip had given the company an ideal platform to promote the Multidrive range in Australia and had generated significant interest in the Kellands brand.
Held over three days at Gunnedah, New South Wales, Agquip is the largest show of its type in Australia, attracting huge crowds and close to 3,000 exhibitors.