26 May 2016, 13:34
Crowds of visitors at REFORM-WERKE
The evening of the 22nd of April will surely be long remembered by REFORM-WERKE in Wels. For the second time, the Wels municipal and mountain agriculture specialist took part in the Long Night of Research, and it was a full success right from the start. More than 550 visitors came to REFORM, the first guests already arriving an hour before the official event start (at 5 p.m.).
After a short presentation of the company, which was given by the REFORM Managing Directors, there was a tour every 15 minutes through the production halls of REFORM-WERKE where, on the occasion of the event, a large part of the machines and production could be shown in action. One of the highlights: the new Muli T10 X HybridShift, which made a superb impression with its green custom colour.
In the exhibition space, the guests were able to see how a REFORM device is created on the computer. Located next to the design screen, Muli, Metrac, and 2 motor mowers were available to visit. As part of the "50 years of Metrac" campaign, one of the first Metrac models built in 1965 was displayed as well. In particular, our little guests, who were well represented this evening, liked to climb into the large vehicles to once sit themselves behind the steering wheel.
For children and young people, there were many other exciting items in the apprentice corner. Besides colouring books and paper models for the youngest guests, certainly the REFORM Muli was the absolute highlight. Built in the training workshop, the guests were able to faithfully recreate the metal Muli and take it home. The handicrafting took until after the end of the event, and also the last guided tour of the factory ended only shortly before midnight.
Overall, it was an exciting and impressive evening, which will long be remembered by REFORM-WERKE.