Designed and manufactured in the same region of Italy as Ducati, Ferrari and Maserati, the Dieci range of telehandlers offer the Italian attention to detail and quality found in its famous manufacturing neighbours.
Dieci developed Europe’s first ever telescopic forklift in 1983 and since then have continued to be the innovators in the design and development of telehandlers to suit all applications. There are over 100 different models of Dieci telehandlers produced in its ultra modern headquarters that covers a massive 120,000m2. In 2012 Deici became part of an elite group of companies recognised for their quality standards obtaining ISO 9001.
Ahead of the game, year after year. The goal of DEUTZ.FAHR is to supply farmers and contractors with state-of-the-art agricultural machines that facilitate work and maximise productivity. The brand offers a full line range with contemporary style, high levels of comfort, modern powerful engines and forward thinking features.
Landini is a proud and historic Italian brand that designs and builds an extensive range of efficient, high-performance tractors, which are regarded highly by markets throughout the world. Reliability, ease of use, continuously updated technology and a competent assistance service make Landini tractors the optimal answer to all work, business and specialist needs.
Ovlac is a family company which has been manufacturing farming equipment since 1936. Since its beginnings, Ovlac has focused its activity in manufacturing mouldboard ploughs which has been the company´s flagship product for decades and still is today.
Over the last 15 years, Ovlac product range has been expanded to include other soil working tolos such ascultivators or short disc harrows. Today, Ovlac is facing its third generation and it is the biggest Spanish soil working equipment manufacturer.
Visionary entrepreneurs, technical innovators and skilled employees have worked together to create great value during the 100 year history of Vicon. Under the name Vicon a small firm grows into an international manufacturer of farm equipment. Worldwide more than 2 million Vicon machines have been sold.
ATV technology has moved on rapidly since the first Yamaha ATV was introduced back in 1979 – in those days three-wheeled ATV’s were the norm. Since then Yamaha has been at the forefront of ATV development with models such as the Kodiak and Grizzly that represent milestones in the development of the ATV into today’s sophisticated, tough and user-friendly vehicles.