Nov 19, 2020

Machinery takes centre stage as RDO Dig Dayz roll out

Machinery takes centre stage  as RDO Dig Dayz roll out

RDO Dig Dayz have kicked off in Queensland with events in Toowoomba and Roma showcasing John Deere construction equipment.

Emerald, Mackay and Townsville are next – with shows on November 20, 24 and 27 respectively.

The Dig Dayz feature an extensive range of John Deere construction equipment including the new E-Series excavators, wheel loaders, motor graders, dozers and compact equipment including mini excavators and skid steer loaders.

Host RDO Equipment was last year named the official dealer partner for John Deere Construction and Forestry equipment in all states of Australia excluding WA, and also owns the Vermeer Australia and Vanderfield business names.

RDO Equipment general manager of sales Nathan Psaila.

“While this year has been up and down, we’re thrilled to have the opportunity to bring these brand-new machines to our customers in Queensland, so they can get up close and personal, get in the cab and experience the Deere difference,” RDO Equipment general manager of sales Nathan Psaila said.

He said the company planned to take RDO Dig Dayz to other states when the borders re-opened and restrictions around travel were eased.

RDO reported more than 50 people at the Toowoomba event last week and more than 80 registered for Roma on Tuesday.

People are encouraged to register their interest via the website events page to help keep check on numbers. However, it is a free event and members of the public are welcome to turn up on the day.