O’Connors introduces new Aussie spray technology

OConnors Introduces Stoll Boomsprays To Its Stable

O’Connors introduces Stoll Boomsprayers to its stable.

As part of efforts to continually bring technology solutions to broadacre farmers across Victoria, South Australia and New South Wales, O’Connors has announced a new partnership with Australian company Stoll Boomsprays.

The partnership will see Stoll’s Australian-manufactured tow-behind sprayer range stocked at all dealerships. According to Group Sales Manager, David Hair, the new franchise is part of company-wide efforts to provide greater choice to current and future customers.

“There’s definitely a demand for tow-behind sprayers across our network. We’ve listened to this and are now proud to be working with Stoll. As an Australian company who manufactures in Wagga Wagga, we know Stoll has a product that’s designed for Australian conditions in terms of climate, environment and industry,” said David.

In 2001 founder Jarrod Stoll established a specialised spray shop to service the Wagga Wagga area and Stoll Boomsprays was created just one year later, after Jarrod identified a gap in the market. The Stoll S Series is available in six sizes and all sprayers are fitted with an automatic rate control and automatic section control system to suit customers’ existing GPS equipment. They also boast a UV stabilised polyethylene tank designed for complete drainage and easy chemical decontamination; high ground clearance whilst retaining a low centre of gravity; and an easy-to-operate workzone.

With ten branches across Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia, O’Connors offers extensive resources with it comes to parts and service, and staff training.

“Because our customers are dealing with advanced farm technology it’s vital our product specialist and sales and service teams know the machines inside and out, and can provide customers with the most up-to-date information,” said David.

O’Connors’ introduction of the Stoll franchise is just one of three new brands available from dealerships, with the company also increasing tillage options for customers by introducing Horwood Bagshaw and Flexicoil to their range.

“We know every grower has different requirements and preferences. It’s our job to work with customers to identify solutions that fit with this, and then support them on an ongoing basis with premium after-sales service,” concluded David.