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Hi Guys,

 

I’m Will Wood and I’m the new representative for Vermeer in North England and Scotland. As an arborist I have always had a keen interest in machinery so when Vermeer UK sent me off on my recent trip to the Vermeer EMEA headquarters in the Netherlands I was in my element! I have included some Photos of the trip as I though you guys might be interested in taking a look at some of the photos I took.

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Are you will wood who lived at Penrith/Kirby Stephen? And helped us on a dead Wellingtonia removal?

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Image 1 - The EMEA HQ:

Image 2 - A fleet of SC 252 stump grinders ready to have their final finishing touches

Image 3 - A fleet of wood chippers starting with our BC 1000 XL 12", then BC 230 XL 9"-14" wood chipper and finally our BC 160 XL 6"-7.8" wood chipper

Image 4 - The SC 372 37 HP Diesel Stump Grinder

Image 5 - The SC 852 85HP Diesel, remotely controlled stump grinder

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Are you will wood who lived at Penrith/Kirby Stephen? And helped us on a dead Wellingtonia removal?

 

Afraid not I'm a Yorkshire Lad! from Huddersfield, I'v had other people talk to me mistaking me as another Will Wood tree Surgeon sounds like he gets about a bit :thumbup:

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Nice pics! i am a Vermeer Fan Myself...

 

HAha Nice pic, The S 650 your straddling there is the first machine I ever did a demo for, Great piece of Kit! is that at the APF?

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Some more photos for those who like the big toys :thumbup1:

 

Here you can see the Vermeer HG 6000 Tier 4i (Stage IIIB) Horizontal Grinder A massive machine boasting 755HP. with a 60" wide infeed table thats 20' long.

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Sure is....i always thought Vermeer had a Dutch connection,,,VERMEER is a Dutch word

 

Yes it is a Dutch company Originally. The main Factory is in America now though, last year they produced there 120,000 wood chipper so they need a lotta space :wink:

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