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Trimax are celebrating 40 years of innovation, service and leadership.

Trimax Mowing Systems is a family-owned New Zealand company that designs, manufactures and distributes tractor-powered commercial mowing equipment.

Founded in the Bay of Plenty in 1981, Trimax has grown into an international success story with facilities in Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States. However, the heart of Trimax (and its global headquarters) still resides where it all started in Tauranga, New Zealand.

This year Trimax is proud to celebrate 40 years of business – a business which began during the Bay of Plenty kiwifruit boom of the 1980s.

Trimax mowers became popular with growers due to the super-efficient Gamma Flail, developed by founder Bob Sievwright. These mowers effortlessly mulched prunings and mowed grass to a superior finish, says Trimax business development manager for horticulture, Sam Warren.

“Today, Trimax flail and rotary mowers remain popular for their unsurpassed reliability, performance, usability, and versatility.

“Trimax mowers are designed and tested to comply with international safety standards. Revolutionary features make servicing and maintenance easier than ever. A wide selection of options and cutting widths allow you to customise your mower for your exact application.”

At Trimax, care for the customer is at the core of business.

“We believe that equipment should never be a barrier to success, and we aim to understand your challenges so that we can work together to create solutions,” says Sam.

“We pride ourselves on having an unbeatable service model; with fully stocked parts warehouses, next-day dispatch, an industry-leading warranty, and highly trained service staff, Trimax is always ready to provide the support you need.

“The first 40 years of operation are just the beginning for Trimax.

“We’re excited to share with you a growing range of mowing equipment to be released starting in 2021 expressly designed for horticulture.”

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