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30 August 2016 | Online since 2003
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UK tour dates unveiled for New Holland combines, tractors and balers


A national showcase tour of combines, tractors and balers will let farmers get to grips with the latest New Holland harvest technology.
The demonstrations at venues in England and Scotland will let customers get a taste of the machines’ hi-tech capacity and appreciate the benefits they could bring to their farming operations.
During July, August and September, New Holland specialists will be on hand with local dealers at these special events to provide the latest information and answer questions.
On display during the demo tour will be the new CR10.90, the first combine to enter the class 10 segment in Europe and the most powerful CR ever, that delivers the highest capacity in the industry and truly outstanding performance.
The CR10.90 (Tier B) is equipped with the exceptionally efficient Cursor 16 engine which has been named Diesel Of The Year® 2014 by Diesel magazine. Developed by sister company FPT Industrial, the new 16-litre, six-cylinder in-line engine received this prestigious accolade in recognition of its technological excellence.
The distinctively styled, CX5000 and CX6000 Elevation combines will also be on show, a range which stands out for its flexibility and versatility. It offers a solution for all: from livestock farmers who want quality straw to contractors and cash crop farmers who can easily switch crops without compromising on performance and quality. And it consistently delivers best-in-class performance in all conditions: on flat fields, gentle or steep slopes, and in a wide variety of crops.
Modern agriculture places ever-changing demands upon farmers, managers and contractors, but a key constant is the need to manage equipment in the field as efficiently as possible to optimise utilisation and reduce downtime. Customers visiting the demo locations will be able to see in action New Holland’s PLM® Connect system. This is a state-of-the-art communication system that can facilitate the control and supervision of equipment from a centralised office, allowing machine operation to be monitored and managed without the need to spend time travelling between separate operations.
Finally, for those customers looking for gentle crop handling from their baler, the new ActiveSweep™ crop processing solution offers a further choice to enable tailored baling. The demo tour will also feature the capabilities of this purpose developed feature on the Roll Belt 150™ baler.
New Holland Marketing Manager, Nicolas Ferrara, said: “This is an incredibly exciting time for the brand. For our customers it’s the first time they’ll be able to see these stunning machines in action. It will showcase their power, efficiency and quality, as well as New Holland’s standard comfort and ease of use.
“These new models have answered the latest demands from farmers and businesses, ready in time for the 2014 selling season. This is an excellent opportunity to demonstrate first-hand what these new models can achieve.”
Demonstration tour schedule*
1. Monday July 28th
Venue: Hollingbourne, Maidstone, Kent
Postcode: ME17 1AT
2. Thursday July 31st
Venue: Clare Park Farm, Crondall, Farnham, Surrey
Postcode: GU10 5DT
3. Sunday August 3rd
Venue: Wantage Nr Abingdon, Oxfordshire
Postcode: OX12 8NE
4. Wednesday August 6th
Venue: Elkstone, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
Postcode: GL53 9PT
5. Saturday August 9th
Venue: Courteenhall Farms, Northampton, Northamptonshire
Postcode: NN7 2QG
6. Tuesday August 12th
Venue: Buckland, Buntingford, Hertfordshire
Postcode: SG9 OPS
7. Friday August 15th
Venue: Pulham St Mary, Diss, Norfolk
Postcode: IP21 4QR
8. Monday August 18th
Venue: Helpston Heath, Peterborough
Postcode: PE6 7EL
9. Thursday August 21st
Venue: Haverholme Park, Sleaford, Lincolnshire
Postcode: NG34 9PF

10. Sunday August 24th
Venue: Brocklesby Farms, Great Limber, Lincolnshire
Postcode: DN37 8LB
11. Wednesday August 27th
Venue: Helmsley, North Yorkshire
Postcode: YO62 5EJ
12. Saturday August 30th
Venue: Duns, Berwickshire
Postcode: TD11 3NF
13. Tuesday September 2nd and Wednesday September 3rd
Venue: Strathmore Estate, Forfar
Postcode: DD8 1RJ
*Dates, locations and demo programme may be subject to change. For the latest information please visit newholland.com or contact your local dealer.

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