QCR win bronze for two machines at the Royal Cornwall Show 2015

5th Jun 2015

Yesterday our very own Steve Hillier collected the Bronze Medal Award for machinery at the Royal Cornwall Show. The QCR agri baler and the QCR 305 baler were the triumphant machines; fending off hundreds of competitors to enter the winners podium.

"I am thrilled to finish in third place in such a high quality event. This was a highly competitive division with some excellent pieces of machinery entered. The Royal Cornwall Show is my favourite show of the year and being a local it is great to finish in a winning position out of such a vast number of entries". Steve Hillier, QCR Sales Manager for Devon and Cornwall.

The QCR agri baler is ideal for baling all farm plastics, plastic containers, tyres and cardboard. It can easily be mounted onto the back of a tractor and moved around the farm efficiently, collecting waste bit by bit. It also comes in a number of sizes. For farms that produce a lot of waste this the cost saving solution for you.

The QCR 305 baler is a cardboard and plastic baler with an extra deep chamber. It is ideal for whole cardboard boxes so there is no need for flat packing. For businesses that produce a medium to large volume of cardboard and/or plastic this is the baler for you.

Congratulations to those who finished first and second in the competition, a great achievement all round.

If you are interested in a free trial of one of these award winning machines, get in touch.



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