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New distributor for top backhoe brand

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KEMACH Equipment, a leader in the sale of Backhoe Loaders (BHLs or TLBs) in the South African region, has joined with BULL to promote its range of BHLs.

Les Lothian, CEO of Kemach Equipment said they now supply the full range of BULL BHLs, which he said were renowned for low fuel consumption and efficient productivity.

All BHL’s will be supplied complete with air-conditioning, full ROPS and FOPS and an industry-first 3 years/4000-hour wet drive train warranty as standard.

“The BULL range of BHL’s is the heavyweight champion that offers more productivity and efficiency with higher bucket capacity and breakout force while also being the tallest dumping BHL globally.  Coupled with better weight distribution, makes the BULL highly fuel-efficient, thanks to its Power Drive and intelligent hydraulic dual pump systems.”

Lothian added that the heavy-duty componentry makes this machine extraordinarily reliable and still supports operator comfort and visibility.

‘The world has changed, and our customer needs have evolved. We believe that with the addition of the BULL product to Kemach Equipment’s expanding world-class offerings, we have the ultimate earthmoving solution across all industries.”

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