Published: 18 May 2016
NAMPO - Day 4
Our week at NAMPO has flown by and we would like to thank all those visitors who spent time at the Bell stand and showed an interest in our company and our products. We enjoyed interacting with you and look forward to seeing you at NAMPO 2017. We also extend our appreciation to the organisers for another successful show, and congratulations once again on the 50th anniversary of this great event.
Winburg farmers: Bouwer Venter, Minnaar Erlank, Annelize le Roux and Martin le Roux enjoy their time on the Bell stand.
Johan Stemmet from Vanrhynsdorp on the Cape West Coast gets to grips with a model of a Bell Excavator.
Samuel Mwangi, who is with a construction material crushing group in Nairobi, Kenya is seen with Bell Sales Representative Eric van der Merwe next to the Bell B18E ADT.
NAMPO - Day 3
Kaylan Botha (8) of Winterton in KwaZulu-Natal seated on Bomag BW120AD Roller.
Lizette Schoonwinkel from Wesselsbron sits in the cab of the Bomag BW211D-40 Roller.
NAMPO - Day 2
Junrú Smith, Phillip Nel, Ruan Keyser (seated in the cab of a Bell HX230E Excavator), and Ruan Nel are matric learners at Hoërskool Lichtenburg, who all plan to go farming after school.
Monica de Villiers and Zanelle van Wyk, both of Kanoneiland in the lower Orange River area, get comfortable in the cab of the Bell B18E ADT that is on display.
Yashika Misree and Nunu Thusi, from Bell Equipment's Marketing Department in Richards Bay, are manning the Bell Promo Shop at NAMPO.
NAMPO - Day 1
Bell Equipment had a good start to the 2016 NAMPO Harvest Day yesterday with a steady stream of interested visitors and customers making their way to our stand.
Farmers, Johan Loubser and Coen Strydom, from Mariental in Namibia are shown around the Bell stand by Sales Representative, David Papi.
Isabel and Jan van Rensburg, farmers from Bethlehem in the Free State visited with their friend Attie de Jager (right), who is a farmer from Grootfontein in Namibia.