A family affair: Engcon reveals plans for Big Dig Days

ENGCON has revealed details of its first Big Dig Day of 2019. Wicksteed Park in Northamptonshire will be the venue on April 26 and 27 for the event, in which operators will have the opportunity to experience first-hand the impact that tiltrotators can have on their day-to-day operations.

A full range of Engcon’s tiltrotators will be available to try out, fitted to excavators from 2 to 20-tonnes. A number of Engcon tools and hydraulic attachments will also be showcased.

Robert Hunt, Engcon UK’s managing director said, “Whilst the UK tiltrotator market is still in its infancy, there has been huge growth in recent years, with operators recognising the competitive advantage this technology can offer them. The Big Dig Day is all about increasing awareness about the benefits of tiltrotators even further, giving people the opportunity to try them out so they can see for themselves just how much time and money they can save them.

“It’s going to be an action packed few days and we are looking forward to welcoming operators to not only test our products, but also speak face-to-face with our expert technical team and find out more about our range of first class aftersales services, such as Engcon Finance. A number of fantastic offers and promotions will be available for owner-operators to take advantage of and free refreshments for the drivers will also be provided.

“We’ve designed this event following feedback from previous Dig Days. Quite a few visitors have commented at past shows that they were getting grief from their partners for coming to an event like this over the weekend; so we thought – why not bring the family? Wicksteed Park is a really fantastic place for the family – rides, amusements, a wonderful place to relax and with great catering – so the operator won’t need to feel guilty about enjoying themselves trying the Engcon experience, because their family will be having an equally great time.”

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