Terex Trucks’ Generation 10 TA300 is gearing up to make its Northern Ireland debut at the Balmoral Show. The 28-tonne capacity articulated hauler will be filling up much of the space at Stand A5 during the popular agricultural event in Lisburn, County Antrim.
Visitors at the four-day event will be the first in Northern Ireland to see the machine ‘in the iron’ following its Bauma debut last year. Built in Motherwell, Scotland, the Gen10 TA300 is fit for purpose in a number of applications ranging from commercial construction projects, infrastructure developments and quarries.
The Gen10 TA300 will be showcased at Balmoral courtesy of Terex Trucks’ official dealer in Northern Ireland, Sleator Plant. Demonstrating the close working relationship between the distributor and the manufacturer, Sleator Plant’s experts will be present alongside Terex Trucks’ specialists for the duration of the event to explain how both companies are focusing investments in areas that have a positive impact on customers’ ability to maximise uptime.
“We are looking forward to attending the Balmoral Show this year and we have a fantastic offering of machines on our stand,” says Jonathan Campbell, General Manager at Sleator Plant. “One of the largest – and heaviest – machines present at the exhibition will be Terex Trucks’ Generation 10 TA300.”
“It’s the first time the Gen10 28-tonne beast of a truck will be in Northern Ireland and it’s sure to be a massive crowd-pleaser.”