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Changes to the GreenMech Distributorship in the South West and South of England.

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GreenMech have continued their dealer realignment programme by replacing T H White from May 1st with new dealers New Forest Farm Machinery and GA Groundcare, whilst existing dealers Burden Brothers Agri Ltd will be extending their coverage area.


All existing warranties relating to GreenMech chippers, sold by T H White, will be supported by these new dealers.


Based in Ringwood, New Forest Farm Machinery will be providing sales and support throughout the Hampshire and Dorset regions. With over 25 years of engineering experience, New Forest Farm Machinery will be adding the GreenMech brand to their range of professional groundcare equipment.


Taking over the areas of Wiltshire, Berkshire and Gloucestershire will be GA Groundcare. This Wiltshire based business specialises in professional and commercial Groundcare, as well as Arboricultural Equipment, and will be changing woodchipper suppliers to represent GreenMech.


Finally, Burden Brothers Agri Ltd will now be servicing new and existing customers in Surrey, adding to their established areas of Kent and Sussex.


Commenting on the new arrangements, Sales Director for GreenMech Martin Lucas said, “We are very pleased to have joined forces with a number of new dealers in the South West. All of these partners have proven track records for providing quality sales and customer service and we look forward to the opportunities this will offer new and existing customers in these areas.”



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