Spearhead Machinery will unveil its new-look brand identity at LAMMA 2018. Changes to the logo and machinery colour scheme coincide with the launch of new models, including a revamped TWIGA hedge-cutter series, available from January.
Rebecca King, Marketing Manager at Spearhead, comments: “The TWIGA range will feature a simpler naming convention, with a letter and number configuration throughout each series; the letter denoting either a Standard, Forward Reach or Telescopic arm, and a number giving the specified machine reach.”
Machines on display at the Peterborough event include: new TWIGA Classic S55 Standard Arm, 5.5 metre reach; new TWIGA Mid T65 Telescopic Arm, 6.5 metre reach; and new TWIGA Flex S67 Standard Arm, 6.7 metre reach.
Spearhead will also exhibit rotary mower models, including the classic Multicut 460 and the compact, robust, Multicut 300, and revolutionary Stubble Master 500 rotary mulcher. These versatile rotary mowers build on a heritage of more than 25 years of design, development and innovation, with high-lift blade featured across all models, and cutting systems and arrangements for grass, stubble and scrub land maintenance.
Also at LAMMA 2018 will be the Stubble Master 500, with new livery and industry-leading features designed to make the cropping cycle more efficient and cost effective. The Stubble Master’s blade system is capable of mulching leftover stubble into small debris particles, aiding faster decomposition into the soil through the encouragement of worm activity. The mulched debris can also give protection to the soil surface. These combined actions ultimately result in an overall improvement to the soil structure.
The Spearhead Machinery stand can be found in Hall 1, Stand No. 114, where Spearhead representatives will be available to take visitors through the new TWIGA configurations and rotary mower ranges.