The premiere of Rozmital at Terres en fête
"The importance of agriculture in France and its support in the country is well known. We also see the country as an important market and we are pleased that we are gradually building a position here. That is also why we are looking for new partners in the country for further development," describes the importance of France for Strojírny Rožmitál, s.r.o. Pavel Jahoda, the company's sales director.
Terres en fête, with an attendance of 70,000 people and more than 450 exhibitors, is a major agricultural event, especially for the area north of Paris. French dealer Fumery Piéces regularly participates in the event. This year, for the first time, Czech machinery from Rožmital will also be presented to visitors at on stand E16. We would like to thank our partner for this opportunity.
The public can look forward to the OZ-454 tedder with a 4.5 metre reach. The machine has four rotors, each with six arms ending in extra strong and durable double fingers. The tedder is also equipped with stabilizing bars and hydraulic arm folding for transport. The arms are automatically locked in the transport position. Customers appreciate the machine's excellent ground following and the fact that despite its robustness, the OZ-454 can be aggregated with tractors from 50 hp upwards. With an hourly area output of 5.2, the tedder is suitable for small and mid-size acreages.
Another representative of the Rozmital brand at the fair is the SB-4231 single-rotor delivery rake, equipped with a tandem chassis for greater stability and better ground following, which is also enhanced by the position of the chassis wheels, located just behind the working fingers. The machine's rotor is composed of ten arms, each with four durable two-fingers. The working width is 4.2 m and the hourly output is 4.3 ha. Like the tedder, the delivery rake is also suitable for smaller and medium acreages.
Those who missed the June event do not have to regret, the brand will be presented at the SIMA international trade fair in Paris in November this year.