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Machinery dealer exhibits at MMS for first time

Attending the Midlands Machinery Show for the first time, Ben Burgess will be showcasing a variety of machinery available to customers from the East Midlands and beyond.

Ben Burgess JohnsDeere tractors.

Ben Burgess, the East of England based machinery dealer, will be displaying a great range of machines at the show, such as the John Deere 6125R tractor with a Ryetech front weight, X950 lawnmower, the Kuhn axis 50.2 fertiliser spreader, plus much more.

The company is also looking forward to demonstrating a great range of Kramer wheeled loaders, telescopic wheeled loaders and telehandlers, in the handling arena alongside other John Deere dealers.

Oakham branch manager Robert Burdock is also looking forward to introducing Ben Burgess into the Midlands, with their new branch at Hawksmead Park opposite the Rutland Showground, due to open early 2022.

“We are very excited by the progress of the new depot and are very keen to move in by the end of January 2022. Once there we will be able to offer a full range of grounds care equipment for residential and commercial customers, a wide selection of the latest agricultural and construction equipment from our well-known franchises and a high level of support and service that we already provide.”

The Midlands Machinery Show is a platform for SME and large agricultural machinery businesses to showcase their products to those who work, or have an interest in, the agricultural industry. The two-day event is organised by Newark and Nottinghamshire Agricultural Society (NNAS) – a registered charity dedicated to promoting, celebrating and championing agriculture across the Midlands region.

The show is open from 8.00am – 5.00pm on Tuesday 9th November and 8.00am – 4.00pm on Wednesday 10th November, at Newark Showground.


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