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The Case IH brand represents a tradition of leadership. It is the culmination of great agricultural equipment companies and brands, including Case, International Harvester and David Brown, to name a few.
McHale research, design and test their specialist balers and bale wrappers in line with end user requirements. During the design and development stage all machines go through rigorous testing with high end users, namely Irish, English, Scottish, Welsh, Scandinavian and New Zealand farmers and contractors.
NC Engineering is a diversified manufacturing firm producing a wide range of machinery for the agricultural and construction industries. Since 1975 we have been committed to quality products at affordable prices, winning numerous awards for design and innovation through our policy of continuous research and development.
Hi-Spec machines are built using high quality materials and components, making them robust, reliable and easy to maintain, giving many years of service. But they are also designed to help improve farm efficiency and productivity. Because they achieve a consistent, well mixed feed in as short a time as possible, our diet feeders help reduce feeding time, but enable higher growth rates or milk yields to be achieved.
As partners to the farming industry for more than 25 years, we know that your business is both exciting and demanding, and that each application is unique. MANITOU is dedicated to providing the material handler you need to make your business run more efficiently.
Alo UK Ltd is a subsidiary company of Alo AB, the Swedish manufacturer of world leading Front Loaders and Implements. Alo UK Ltd. was established in 1999, having purchased the business of Lawrence Edwards Ltd, who had been importing the Quicke range of front loaders since 1967.
The products and services available from Lynx have grown and developed over a number of years across a diverse range of tillage, drilling and materials handling applications and in response to the growing need for increased productivity and operating economy.
Like agriculture, MX has changed a great deal over the years. When Louis Mailleux took on the family forge in 1951, he could not have imagined that the business would develop into a sizeable industry to become one of the main players in its market, capable of fitting out over 5000 models of tractors.