FUELWOOD is gearing up for events at its sites in England and Scotland.

The company has announced it will be hosting a demonstration week at its newly refurbished site in Warwick, from 21–26 September.

Fuelwood Scotland will also be hosting demonstration open days at its premises in West Linton, near Edinburgh on 9–10 October.

This free event will enable all visitors to have safe, socially distanced discussions with the Fuelwood team, see full working demonstrations and have hands-on experience themselves of the full Fuelwood range of machinery including:

Heizohack chippers; Plaisance mulchers; FTG Moheda, FTG Mowi and Avesta Vagnen timber trailers and cranes; Mecanil grapple saws; Exac-One tree shears; Blacks cone splitters; Lucas Mill sawmills; AMR saws and log splitters; and Japa and Fuelwood firewood processors and kindling machines.

Accessories on display will also include: timber grapples; new timber decks and racks for processing firewood; dust-extraction systems with optional cyclone collection; processor-mounted, free-standing and bulk-loading log-cleaning systems; and much, much more.

With Malwa, Valtra, Fendt, Predator, Caterpillar and Kubota machinery also on working display, these events promise to be the most comprehensive working displays of forestry and firewood machinery available in the UK during 2020.

The Warwickshire event will be open from 9am to 5pm on all days, with the exception of late-night opening until 8pm on Tuesday 22 and Friday 25.

This Scottish event will be open from 10am to 5pm on both days, to ensure that prospective customers, who are further north, have the opportunity to meet the team, and see the product range in full working conditions this year.

All those interested in attending the event are asked to register by calling 01926 484673, so that organisers can manage attendance and ensure all relevant social distancing measures will be in place.


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