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Ausplow parts interpreter Tim Jobson takes Boekeman Machinery staff through the company's product categories at the recent parts school held at Ausplow's Jandakot office.

Ausplow parts interpreter Tim Jobson takes Boekeman Machinery staff through the company's product categories at the recent parts school held at Ausplow's Jandakot office.

Ausplow machinery dealer Boekeman Machinery brought its parts staff to Ausplow’s headquarters in Jandakot recently for a parts and product update. It drew favourable comment from Tim Boekeman, who praised the Ausplow staff for their hospitality and information exchange. “The product training was very valuable for our staff,” he said. “This is our second year of going to Ausplow to get our staff up to speed on the company’s latest developments and the highlight this year’s trip was the tour of the company’s new factory at Naval Base, which gave everybody a really good appreciation of the production processes. “And they got to see how tungsten is embedded on the DBS blades. “It’s great to see a WA manufacturer doing so well and more particularly their positive attitude to dealers and customers.” Boekeman Machinery was appointed Ausplow dealers four years ago and in that time has emerged as one of the company’s top dealers. Last year the dealership enjoyed a top-selling year with the majority of DBS bars sold with a working width of 18.2m (60ft). “They’re the most popular,” Tim said. “And most guys want them on 12 inch (30cm) spacings.” Tim also had an observation for his customers. “We’ve seen high horsepower tractors stopped by a DBS, equipped with eight inch (20cm) points,” he said. “I think it’s just a case of being wary about the horsepower requirements needed if you’re going that deep.”

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Monday, February 27, 2017