Monday, 13 June 2016 15:55

Techy approach to display

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Tulloch Farm Machines at Fieldays will show the company doesn't follow the pack. Tulloch Farm Machines at Fieldays will show the company doesn't follow the pack.

The saying goes you can either follow the pack, or lead the pack and make history.

Tulloch Farm Machines at Fieldays will again take the latter route with a radical step away from the typical field days display to create what they call an 'interactive display'.

The site will be covered with a large marquee, and entry made through the 'throat' of a large self -propelled forage harvester.

Customers will enter to sit and talk with company specialists, delve deeper into products via displays on large hi-definition monitors in brochure or video walk-around form, and see videos of machines in action.

Many are said to have labelled the move a way of saving money, but the change keeps site visitors protected from the often dodgy weather at Fieldays, and they get to see complete ranges of machinery impossible in the conventional format.

This year's site will take the same format and feature interactive displays from the company's nine major brands sourced from the US, Canada, France, Germany, Austria, Denmark and Switzerland.

Sales manager Nick Gillot comments, "we will continue with the use of interactive technology as last year, but also introduce some 'wow' factor, as well as providing some heavy metal for the die-hards".

This will include the Krone BigPack 870 HDP baler, the ActiveMow 320 mower and the recently introduced Multicrop inter-row cultivator from Monosem.

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