Selmach Machinery will be onsite at LAMMA 18, which is to be held at the East of England Showground, Peterborough, PE2 6XE, on the 17th and 18th January 2018.
The LAMMA Show is regarded as the UK’s leading agricultural machinery equipment and service show takes place in the United Kingdom. Since its inception in 1981 the show had grown to regularly host over 900 exhibitors, and with over 40,000 attendees over its two days of business. The show is owned and hosted by Briefing Media Ltd – the owners of the Farmer’s Guardian – and is now Britain’s largest agricultural show.
Selmach have been exhibiting at LAMMA since 2016 and typically display a selection of smaller machines which are likely to be of interest to the farming community and agricultural contractors. We have pleasure to show and demonstrate examples of the Thomas Bandsaw Zip 22/ Zip 29’s, the Bianco 420MS Bandsaw, a Thomas 315 Circular Saw, the RVD T100 Tube Notcher & Belt Grinder, the Kepp 150 Belt Grinder, a Morgan Rushworth HSW Steelworker, a manual Morgan Rushworth box and pan folder, a range of pillar drills, a Morgan Rushworth PSR 50 Ring Roller and the popular Morgan Rushworth H Frame Press.
All of these machines have practical applications in agricultural use and are priced to allow even smaller farms and contractors to invest in them, and make significant savings in the long term. All Selmach Machines small to medium tools are robust and easy to use, and transportable, making them ideal and safe for use in the field.
Selmach Machinery will occupy stand number 4108 in Hall 4, where you can view some of our equipment in action, discuss your needs with a representative, and request further information or an on-site demonstration of these affordable and flexible tools.
This event is free and open to the public and is attracting increasing numbers every year, and offers demonstration areas well as a range of static displays.
For additional information regarding our stand or equipment, contact Selmach Machinery at firstname.lastname@example.org
Published 8th January 2018