Faresin – The materials handling and feed mixing specialist partners with Carines Merchandise
Faresin is proud to announce Carines Merchandise as a distributor for western Victoria.
Faresin Australia’s Rod Mcdonald said his company, a division of the Chesterfield group, was delighted by what it had seen in Carines Merchandise.
“The team at Carines is fantastic, they’re in touch with their market and know how to get the right results for their clients. We couldn’t be happier having them as a dealer,” he said.
Like Carines, Faresin is a family owned company that proudly produces quality telehandlers and feed mixers.
Faresin started in Italy in the early 1970s and is renowned for its top-quality products and innovative designs.
“We’ve just completed two days’ training at Carines for the Faresin machines and we’ve never seen a more receptive group, who are more passionate about customer satisfaction,” Mr Mcdonald said.
Faresin’s mixer wagons are available from five to 46 cubic metres, with a range of feedout configurations including direct to ground and elevated hopper feeder.
All Faresin feed mixers are built using ST355 structural steel and are completely roll formed, protecting the integrity of the structural steel.
Andrew Carine said he was excited by Faresin’s products. “They’re going to be a fantastic complement for the products we already stock, with the return to higher livestock values, the focus on feeding, and more feeding efficiency than ever before, we know Faresin products are right,” he said.
Faresin telehandlers are also available in a range of configurations, with a selection of engines including Deutz and Iveco. “The range of telehandlers is second to none,” Mr Carine said.
“With Euro hitches you can add any attachment easily.”
Faresin offers an Ag-pack with three-point linkage, PTO and hydraulic remotes, making it versatile and helpful throughout busy times such as hay season or harvest.
“This is a revolution in the market, giving you more versatility than ever before,” Mr Carine said.
These products can be viewed at the Faresin display at Carines Merchandise in Horsham.
They will also be on display at the upcoming Wimmera Machinery Field Days on March 6, 7 and 8 and South East Field Days at Lucindale on March 16 and 17.
Carines Merchandise is also organising on-farm field days to show off the new Faresin machines in the near future.
People can call Andrew Carine on 0418 504 367 for more information.
ITALIAN PERFECTION: The Faresin Telehandlers with, from left, Faresin Australia’s Rod Mcdonald, Carines Merchandise’s Jesse Raggat, Andrew Carine and Luke Garton and Faresin Australia’s Ross Davidson.