News | October, 2020 Archive

UK SPECIAL PREVIEW – Mazzotti MAF 3580HP Sprayer

We are pleased to invite you to join us on Monday 2nd November 2020, 9am – 3pm, for a special preview of the Mazzotti MAF 3580HP Sprayer.

The Mazzotti MAF range of self-propelled sprayers has been updated and extended for 2021. A fully-owned subsidiary of John Deere operating from its base in Ravenna, Italy, Mazzotti focuses on building self-propelled sprayers that offer high customer value.

For 2021 the existing MAF 2580 (2500-litre capacity), 3180 (3000-litre) and 3580 (3500-litre) models will feature multiple upgrades, including a new solution system, a new wider range of spray booms, John Deere spray controls and a new John Deere-sourced operator station.

The MAF range will also see the addition of a new compact high-capacity machine, the MAF 4080. This features a chassis with a longer wheelbase to enable the larger 4000-litre solution tank to be carried, while maintaining the ideal 50/50 weight distribution achieved by the smaller MAF models.

To learn more about the Self Propelled Sprayer offering from both Mazzotti & John Deere and see them demonstrated on the runway then join us on Monday 2nd November.

The Postcode for the event is DN20 9NN (near Redbourne, N Lincs. by kind permission of Day Farms)

This will be a COVID sensible outdoor event and to help us in the organisation we ask you to complete the form by clicking the link below, confirming your attendance.

 

https://forms.gle/n8ihURnvMGcF6RK47

 

Also note *


Take Action – From Feb 2021 all SF3000 & SF6000 receivers will require software updates to enable them to continue picking up SF1, SF2 & SF3 correction signals.

Anyone attending this event can bring along their receivers to have them updated free of charge.

 

Looking forward to seeing you there.

Scam Warning – Change of Banking Details Scam Emails

We have been informed that a malicious party has emailed a number of our customers stating that our bank details have changed. This is not the case and our banking details have not changed. The email is a scam which is designed to take payment from customers and sending it into the scammers bank instead of our own. If you have received the email, please delete it.

 

If you are unsure and want to confirm our details before sending any payments, we would recommend speaking to our accounts departments who will be able to confirm the correct details for you.

 

Please be vigilant and we’re always here to confirm details.