Breaking into the SA market

Marshall Multispread expanding into the SA market

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Roesner are teaming up with Eastern Spreaders and Ramsay Bros. to now service the SA market with the Marshall Multispread range.

Roesner are teaming up with Eastern Spreaders and Ramsay Bros. to now service the SA market with the Marshall Multispread range.

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Following a long and successful partnership of servicing the east coast markets of Australia, Jeff Roesner is pleased to announce that Roesner will be teaming up with Eastern Spreaders and Ramsay Bros. to service the South Australian market.

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Following a long and successful partnership of servicing the east coast markets of Australia, Jeff Roesner is pleased to announce that Roesner will be teaming up with Eastern Spreaders and Ramsay Bros. to service the South Australian market.

According to Mr Roesner, the company's flagship product, the Marshall Multispread all-purpose fertiliser spreader, is known amongst Australian farmers for its build quality, ease of use and precise operation.

"We have enjoyed a long lasting and successful partnership with Eastern Spreaders in NSW and Victoria," Roesner managing director, Jeff Roesner, said.

"Now we are extending this partnership to the SA market.

"Eastern Spreaders will now service the Yorke Peninsula and south-east SA markets.

"Additionally, we are pleased to be teaming up with Ramsay Bros. for the first time.

"They will be servicing the Eyre Peninsula region."

Having been in business for more than 100 years, Roesner has continued to innovate to meet changing customer needs and demands.

According to Roesner they have always had a clear focus on customer satisfaction and manufacturing quality.

"Our commitment to improve our products is illustrated by the i4M Variable Rate Controller system," Roesner technical director, Matt Roesner said.

"With the rising costs of fertilisers and the need to maximise inputs whilst balancing environment concerns, the i4M controller app enables growers to accurately control fertiliser applications.

"This can be achieved either manually on-the-go or via a prescription map.

"The system consists of a tablet communicating with an electronics module mounted to the spreader.

"The electronics module controls the speed of the feed-belt hydraulic motor and the hopper door opening.

"This sets and maintains application rates.

"Sensors and load-cells fitted to the spreader provide accurate feedback on the machine operation.

"Prescription maps are transferred to the i4M mobile app via the i4M web server.

"There are no subscription costs.

"Operator access to the map transfer feature comes bundled with the upfront hardware cost.

"i4M provides a cost-effective option for growers wishing to carry out Variable Rate with new and existing Multispread machines.

"The key advantages of i4M are the ability to use the controller on any brand of tractor and its ease of use."

The i4M Variable Rate Controller is available across the full Marshall Multispread range.

  • Visit: www.roesner.com.au or contact: 1800 651 288.
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