A comprehensive collection of tractors, loaders, combines and ATVs will be available to view under one roof when the LAMMA show makes its debut at NEC Birmingham.

Several leading manufacturers have already announced which of their latest machines will take pride of place on their stands, and further announcements are expected in the next few weeks.

The latest tyres and accessories on offer to help keep older machines running efficiently, will also feature at the event.

Tractors and loaders

* A new range of ‘stockman’ tractors from Landini, with a comprehensive choice of transmission packages, will make its UK debut.

The Landini 5 Series comprises three models with power outputs from 99hp to 113hp, a choice of synchro or power shuttle transmissions with creep and economy pto options, and mechanical or electronic operation of the 4750kg rear linkage.

A generous standard specification includes an air suspension driver’s seat, cab air conditioning and a radio/media player with Bluetooth for hands-free phone use. Front and rear windscreen wash/wipe and a push-back hydraulic pick-up hitch are also included in the package. All are powered by Deutz engines.

* The latest McCormick four-cylinder tractors with a number of performance and driver comfort advances will be launched.

The McCormick X7.440 P6-Drive destined for the event will represent a three model line-up of higher-spec four-cylinder tractors with maximum power outputs from 141hp to 176hp with ‘power boost’ on all models and a new slick-shifting powershift transmission.

The new Tier 4 Final versions of the McCormick X7.4 tractors can handle a wide range of tasks on livestock, arable and mixed enterprise farms will also be on parade. With them, there is a choice of simpler-spec' Efficient and full-feature Premium semi-powershift models, and stepless transmission models to the Premium specification.

* ArmaTrac will launch its latest model, the 1254 Lux CRD4. This is powered by a 120hp Deutz engine linked to ZF transmission and is Tier 4 compliant.

The Turkish manufacturer has been producing tractors since 2003 with a focus on designing and engineering for simplicity and efficiency and this latest higher horsepower machine has improved fuel efficiency coupled with high performance and durability, said the manufacturer.

* Schäffer returns to LAMMA with its latest generation of loaders.

These use up-to-date smart technologies for lower fuel consumption, reduced maintenance, increased comfort and eco-friendliness.

Latest functions and features include High Traction Force (HTF), which automatically regulates the thrust so the loader can supply the highest possible thrust even in a high gear. This comes into its own when digging into aggregate material and when more thrust is required, the hydraulic motor adapts automatically, without the driver having to interfere manually, increasing driving comfort and speeding up work.


* BRP's Can-Am Outlander 6x6 450 T will make its UK debut at the event.

The latest addition to the Can-Am portfolio is powered by a 38hp single-cylinder, liquid-cooled Rotax 450 engine and comes with industry-leading towing capacity of 750 kg, front and rear racks with cargo extenders, and LinQ accessory attachment points.

Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) delivers optimal torque output and the machine is fitted with Visco-Lok front differential system.

* Quadzilla is exhibiting its new diesel UTV, which comes as comes road legal as standard and boasts many standard parts such as a winch, power steering and a fully enclosed cab.

The company is also showing the rapidly growing high-quality and feature-packed CF Motor range of ATVs and UTVs.

Tyres and tracks

* OBO Tyres, part of the Magna Tyres Group, is introducing its system of rubber track retreading to LAMMA, which is said to offer considerable cost savings.

The in-house track renewal machine equips old track bases, which are often in excellent condition with new blocks, which have a similar quality to new product. The company offers a wide choice of rubber quality, number and size of blocks and block position.

* Bridgestone is showing its latest ultra-high-performance agricultural tyre, the VX-Tractor.

The lugs on these are longer and wider to increase wear life, while extra body in the rubber increases strength. The premium six-layer tread belt also helps to protect against damage and potential punctures.

According to Bridgestone, the VX-Tractor has considerably less slip than its competitors.

* Continental Tyres will be exhibiting for the first time at LAMMA, and will unveil its full agricultural tyre portfolio spearheaded by the latest additions TractorMaster and CombineMaster.

TractorMaster is an advanced tractor tyre and CombineMaster is for combine harvesters and will complement the existing agricultural tyre portfolio around the standard Tractor70 and Tractor85 tyres.

Like their standard companions, the new tyres are equipped with N.flex technology and feature new lug technology d.fine with a 5% larger lug surface than standard tyres, for higher traction and reduced operating costs.

Cab comfort

* Mobile climate control specialist Eberspächer is making its first appearance at LAMMA.

Products on the stand include two Duratronic roof-top air conditioners, with cooling outputs of 2 and 2.4kW suited for off-road applications and vehicles with or without a hatch opening in the roof.

Also on show are the new Airtronic diesel-fuelled cabin heaters. These 2 and 4kW models run independently of the engine’s own heating system and can be activated by timer or app remote control for pre-heating.


* Sykes-Pickavant’s Silbertool range offers is an advanced solution for reforming external threads on components such as axle studs, shafts and hydraulic threads without cutting. It uses non-cutting technology to repair the thread by shaping it back to its original geometry, rather than removing material that can weaken components. Available in four sizes (M5 – M110), the tools are hand-operated and no external energy source is required.

LAMMA ’19, supported by headline sponsor AFP, takes place on Tuesday 8th January between 8.30am and 5.30pm and Wednesday 9th January between 8.30am and