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    John Deere launches its MSL line for the Australian and New Zealand market

    John Deere, an industry leader in the compact utility tractor space, announced the launch of its Mechanical Self-Levelling Loader (MSL) line for the Australian and New Zealand market. Designed with operators in mind, the new loaders are compatible with John Deere 1E, 1R, 2R and 3E Compact Utility Tractors and will be available from mid-2020.

    The company’s Mechanical Self-Levelling system allows the operator to automatically maintain the front implement position from the ground to the loader’s maximum height. This offers operators a greater level of security by preventing items or materials from falling onto the hood or back towards the operator station.

    New loaders are compatible with John Deere 1 and 2 Series and 3E Compact Utility Tractors. Courtesy of John Deere

    The substantial average increase in lift and breakout capabilities will allow experienced operators to benefit from greater productivity by reducing the time required to perform specific tasks.

    Furthermore, the John Deere Mechanical Self-Levelling Loader for the 120R, 220R and 300E will be available with a third function kit, which enables the use of additional attachments such as the popular 4-in-1 bucket. The Quik-Park loader mounting system and Quik-Change attachment carrier provide operators with the ability to easily install and remove implements as needed to complete the task at hand. Each of these options allows operators to complete more tasks in less time.

    Deere & Company is a world leader in providing advanced products and services and is committed to the success of customers whose work is linked to the land – those who cultivate, harvest, transform, enrich and build upon the land to meet the world’s dramatically increasing need for food, fuel, shelter and infrastructure. Since 1837, John Deere has delivered innovative products of superior quality built on a tradition of integrity.

    Source: John Deere

    Sofia Davalle
    Editor at Australia HeavyQuip ournal