Machin­ery dis­play sure to ex­cite

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Wil­son Machin­ery, a di­vi­sion of Wil­son (WA) Pty Ltd, will once again be ex­hibit­ing at this year’s Al­bany Show.

Year af­ter year, Wil­son has con­tin­ued to grow, af­ter start­ing as a hobby in 1983.

The team at Wil­son has the knowl­edge, ex­per­tise and ex­pe­ri­ence to de­sign and man­u­fac­ture us­able, prac­ti­cal ma­chines that per­form well in the field and can cus­tom de­sign to suit in­di­vid­ual needs.

Tak­ing out the award last year for best out­door trade dis­play, this year’s dis­play will be just as ex­cit­ing, and will fea­ture the lat­est de­sign of Park­land Mower.

Wil­son’s Park­land Mow­ers are renowned among the golf clubs of WA, as well as with sport­ing grounds and com­mu­nity ovals for giv­ing a per­fect fair­way fin­ish.

Wil­son will also have its range of slash­ers on dis­play. The slash­ers can be built to suit cus­tomer needs, rang­ing from 1-12m with sin­gle or mul­ti­ple decks. Wil­son’s heavy-duty rip­pers and grader blades will also be on dis­play at the show. As an agent for Digga West, Wil­son will also have an ar­ray of at­tach­ments on dis­play along with alu­minium load­ing ramps.

This year, Wil­son will also fea­ture some of the sculp­tures made by Wil­son’s tal­ented team through­out the year, all made us­ing re­cy­cled steel and parts.

Show­cased at the Junk­yard Feast held here in April, they are a unique part of Wil­son, and some pieces are al­ready adorn­ing gar­dens and pad­docks around WA.

Wil­son Wreck­ing of­fers acres of re­cy­cled parts and machin­ery in Tor­bay, which can be shipped Aus­tralia-wide.

Machin­ery and trac­tors are bought and sold, with trade-ins wel­come.

The com­pany’s Ian Wil­son will be on site for the show, for all machin­ery and parts in­quiries and ad­vice.

Pic­ture: Danella Be­vis

Wil­son Machin­ery’s Gary and Jean Wil­son.

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