Lynx launches new website


Lynx Engineering, importers and distributors of machinery and implements for the UK and Ireland agriculture and ground care markets, has announced the launch of its new-look website.

The new site, which can be found at, enables tractor operators to quickly identify and configure implements and accessories that are designed and engineered to provide a perfect fit with their specific brand and model of tractor.

“Apart from the cleaner, fresher design that reflects the quality associated with the Lynx brand, the site provides more product information, more downloadable resources and more ways for our customers and dealers to engage and interact with us,” said Lynx Managing Director, Nick Ewbank.

“A new, fully integrated front linkage and PTO product configurator together with external links to product selectors for front loaders and reversible cooling fans underline this approach. More development is planned, which will extend the site’s interactive features still further,” he added.

Lynx Engineering is the UK importer and distributor for Zuidberg front linkages and PTOs, Zuidberg track systems, Stoll front loaders, Dromone pick-up hitches and Flexxaire reversing fans. The company also supplies front mounted weight packages and cultivators.
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