“Key” machines poised for Royal Highland Show


Scot JCB has announced the firm will be displaying “key machines” from its range of equipment for the farming industry at this year’s Royal Highland Show in Ingliston.

The show, which takes place from June 23 to 26 at the Royal Highland Centre, will also mark the production of JCB’s 200,000th agricultural Loadall telescopic handler. The new JCB AgriPro model will be on the stand alongside a 1977 JCB 520 model.

The AgriPro features JCB DuelTech variable transmission, which, according to JCB, “provides the best of both worlds for operators who want maximum efficiency and productivity across a wide range of applications”.

Another Loadall set to feature is the JCB 525-60 AGRI, which, the firm said, “offers excellent visibility, performance, operator comfort and serviceability alongside low running costs, stringent safety measures and cutting edge anti–theft technology”.

The company has heralded the JCB Fastrac 4220, which will also feature, as a brand new generation of tractor that is “raising performance and productivity levels to new heights with seamless control, faster operating speeds, multiple implement mounting points and unique all-round self-levelling suspension”.