Richard Robinson, managing director of Autoguide, has been awarded the highest accolade of Honorary Fellow by IAgrE – the Institution of Agricultural Engineers. The award has been given for outstanding contribution to the agricultural engineering industry and to the institution.
He was presented with the award at the annual conference held at Cranfield University in May 2011, where more than 80 delegates congratulated Richard as he was presented with the award by IAgrE president, Peter Leech.
Richard has been a member of IAgrE since January 1970 and was also President from 2008 to 2010.
Richard is extremely happy at receiving this award and feels that it is for his contribution towards “making interesting and unique products!”
An innovative new post driver attachment, the Mini-PostMaster, has been launched by Autoguide Equipment at IOG Saltex 2010.
An alternative to falling weight post drivers it offers a convenient and safe accessory to mini diggers and skid steer loaders, negating the need to bring a tractor to site, whilst increasing the speed of the fencing operation.
Richard Robinson, Autoguide Managing Director, passes on the presidential baton at the Institution of Agricultural Engineers annual conference.
The Institution of Agricultural Engineers (IAgrE) is the professional body for engineers, scientists, technologists and managers in agricultural and allied landbased industries, including forestry, food engineering and technology, amenity, renewable energy, horticulture and the environment.
Leading earth drilling manufacturer, Autoguide Equipment has carried out after-sales training for Central Networks, the electricity distribution business of energy giant E. ON UK.
The training day was designed to help Central Networks field based staff learn how to use Autoguide Equipment’s power head and augers in a safe and efficient manner.
Autoguide Equipment Ltd was established in 1977, and has been working with many OEM customers to perfect a variable speed auger torque head drive unit designed specially for lorry mounted cranes.