CASE dealer AdvanceQuip took part in New Zealand’s Fieldays 2022

14th December 2022
CASE dealer AdvanceQuip took part in New Zealand’s Fieldays 2022
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AdvanceQuip, our CASE dealer in New Zealand, showcased our offering for farming applications at the Fieldays event, one of the most important agricultural events in the Southern Hemisphere which draws international exhibitors and visitors from around the world. It is a prime international marketplace for the agricultural and primary sectors that focuses on the core pillars of innovation, education and globalization.

The four-day event, from 30 November to 3 December, took place on a 114-hecatare site in Ohaupo, in New Zealand’s North Island, attracting some 75,000 visitors with over one thousand stalls. AdvanceQuip participated with an impressive product display featuring a motor grader, crawler excavators, compact track loaders and wheel loaders.

This annual show is organized by New Zealand National Fieldays Society, a charitable organisation founded in 1968 for the purpose of advancing the primary industries.

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