PR – September 04th 2018 – This new range of 5 tow grape harvesting machines was designed to meet the needs of professionals. The GRAPES’LINE 40, 45, 60, 70 and 80 ranges integrate PELLENC’s latest technological innovations for machine shaking, conveying, sorting and driving. They offer the same grape harvesting quality and exceptional driving comfort.
PR – September 04th 2018 – For more than 40 years, French group, PELLENC, has been the preferred partner for vine growers. Today, the Group has added to its back catalogue with the launch of new machines: the multifunction straddle tractor for narrow vines, the OPTIMUM 340, and GRAPES’ LINE, a range of tow grape harvesting machines. A product of the Group’s innovation and field expertise, this cutting edge technology combines performance, ergonomy and safety. Such machines allow professionals to harvest grapes and quickly and effortlessly complete all vine work.
French company Pellenc, now presented in South Africa by its direct branch in Paarl, aims to make winter vineyard work easier and cheaper by offering a Professional electric tool range. These provide a profitable solution to optimise the cost, speed and quality of pruning.
Pellenc opens its 15th subsidiary, in South Africa: a strategic move for a worldwide leader.
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Pellenc South Africa made its maiden appearance at the Blaauwklippen market.
After the creation of the Pellenc South Africa branch in May this year, Pellenc launched Optimum, a new generation of multifunction tractors and harvesters.
Pellenc SA and Wintrust hosted producers and winemakers at the Fairview wine estate for a presentation of their latest machinery.
The Pellenc Optimum raises the bar for multi-functional harvesters.
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Pellenc’s aim is to make mechanical pruning affordable, profitable and reliable. By Sandile Mkhwanazi