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Thursday, June 13, 2024

Pronar UK to make first appearance at major agricultural machinery equipment show

Blackburn based agricultural and municipal machinery specialists, Pronar UK Ltd will make its first appearance at LAMMA this January. As the exclusive UK distributor for Pronar Poland, Pronar UK will be exhibiting its extensive range of trailers, manure spreaders, and other grass-land machinery on 18/19 January 2018 in Peterborough.

LAMMA is the UK’s leading agricultural machinery equipment and service show, where over 850 exhibitors will host the most  extensive array of farm machinery, equipment, and services to  be found in one location anywhere in the UK.

With a work-force of over 2000 and six state-of-the-art factories, Pronar in Poland use over 600 tons of steel daily,  to produce over 4000 components. It is recognised as one of Europe’s top three agricultural machinery manufacturers.

David Orrell, founder and CEO, Pronar UK said: “We’re delighted to be attending LAMMA. It will be a fantastic  opportunity to meet both new and current clients and to network  with our fellow exhibitors. We’ll be showcasing a selection of our high-quality products and providing brochures with  information and a price guide to highlight the great value for money opportunities we can provide.

“At Pronar UK, we aim to supply quality affordable machinery,  with a low cost of ownership, putting customers first with  incredible delivery schedules and aftersales service to ensure  a loyal and committed customer base. We offer unrivalled value for money and all our products come as standard, with no  hidden costs for extras, meaning the products are generally available ]straightaway to be used on the public highways.

“Furthermore, our recently launched machinery hire service gives our customers flexibility to hire our range of equipment as and  when they need and the opportunity to try before they buy, with up to 50% of rentals paid being deducted from the purchase price.”



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