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    Green Plant UK Ltd – Now importers for Energreen Remote Controlled Machines and Norcar Wheeled Mini Loaders

     

    Green Plant UK Ltd has announced that it has recently become importers for two European multi-purpose machines.

     

    “We are delighted to be working so closely with both Energreen and Norcar. These companies are known for their high quality and market-leading remote controlled power units and wheeled miniloaders,” said Rosemary Brennan, MD of Green Plant UK.

     

    Energreen Remote Control Robo Range

    These are  the best-selling machines in their class in the world and up until 31st December 2018 were  marketed as the ’McConnel Robocut’ (40hp) and ‘ McConnel RoboMax’ (75hp).

     

    Recent improvements to the 40hp model – now called the RoboGREEN evo - include radiator protection, an integrated rear roll bar and an optional additional middle roll bar, an enclosed engine compartment and underbelly, an improved ECU, quick attachment mounting on the front lifter and an optional quick hydraulic kit.

     

    The RoboGREEN evo can work on slopes with gradients on or up to 55 degrees and can utilise a large variety of attachments the most popular being the grass flail, forestry heads (able to cut shrubs up to 5cm diameter) and stump grinders. A new Trimmy side arm flail will also be launched in the UK at Saltex 2019.

     

    These machines are available for sale or hire and for more information, please contact Green Plant UK on 01483 235111 or visit  https://www.greenplantuk.com/sales/energreen-machines/

     

    NORCAR Miniloaders 

    Green Plant is now the sole UK importer for the range of Norcar wheeled Miniloaders.  These machines are widely acknowledged across industries as being the most robust and versatile of their type.  Superior build quality and design is achieved through precision engineering using only the highest quality steel and ease of maintenance means downtime is minimal. 

     

    The range currently consists of six models from the smallest machine the 755xc – the little giant with the tightest turning circle on the market – up to the a7545 Turbocharged working Ant capable of lifting 1500kg and working with a huge variety of groundcare, property, agricultural, construction and material handling attachments.

     

    For more information on the range please visit the Green Plant UK Norcar website  https://www.greenplantuk.com/sales/norcar-wheeled-miniloaders/ or call Green Plant UK on 01483 235111.

     

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