The new Vervaet Hydro Trike 5x5 received its UK launch at LAMMA 2020 earlier this month. With drive to all five-wheels, including the extended mid-wheels, it minimises ground pressure whilst achieving maximum traction and output.
The new Trike was joined on the J Riley Beet Harvesters (UK) Ltd stand by an example of the latest Vervaet Q-616 beet harvester, and both machines received considerable interest from Lamma visitors.
“It was an extremely useful show,” comments Riley’s sales specialist Nathan Carter. “People really liked seeing the Hydro Trike 5x5, and our recently launched beet chaser was also a big talking point. It was great to put faces to names of those customers I’d not yet met in person, and also to reconnect with previous contacts.”
“We think Lamma is the place to be,” says managing director Jeremy Riley. “It’s the UK’s version of Agritechnica and Sima, and whilst it costs I think it’s worthwhile. It was a very good show and it’s now one of our most important events, along with our own biennial working demonstration which will be held again next year.”
Over 500 visitors flocked to J Riley’s
extremely successful biennial working demonstration
on 31 January 2019 from all over the UK and beyond. Lifting
conditions were perfect, with an ideal venue kindly provided by H
Jones (Farms) Ltd and the harvesters all running extremely well. The
weather was cold but dry with mist eventually giving way to sun in
the afternoon and making for some impressive sights as the
impressive Vervaet harvesters emerged from the fog. The full range
was shown, consisting of the Q-616, Beet Eater 625 Evo and Beet
Eater 925 Evo. The hog roast and bacon rolls also proved to be as
popular as ever! Thank you to everyone who attended the event and
made it such a great success.