Machinery display sure to excite
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.
Wilson Machinery’s Gary and Jean Wilson.