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  • Frank Alviti becomes the newest pin in the GreenMech dealer map

    The strategic re-alignment of the GreenMech dealer network continues with the announcement that Frank Alviti will be taking over the areas of Herefordshire, Shropshire and Mid-Wales with immediate effect. With a well-established client base that spans arb, groundcare and industrial, Frank Alviti will be offering sales and support across the complete GreenMech range from their Ludlow premises. 


    Family-run Frank Alviti are a main agent for a number of leading manufacturers in the grounds and agricultural sector, including McConnel and Antonio Carraro. As well as a large stock of machinery for sale, their extensive hire fleet offers customers short and long-term equipment solutions – all backed up with in-house workshop servicing and support. From December 2020, the full GreenMech portfolio of pedestrian, road-tow, PTO and tracked woodchippers will be available. 


    On their appointment, Director Dave Alviti said, “We’ve been running a couple of GreenMech machines on our Arb hire fleet for a few years and are pleased to now extend this into a full distribution agreement. Having personally worked as an arborist previously, I have a longstanding relationship with GreenMech and their machines, and so I am delighted to share this knowledge, experience and quality range of woodchippers with our client base over the coming weeks and months.” 


    Martin Lucas, GreenMech Sales Director added, “With a fantastic reputation for sales and aftercare, we look forward to working with Dave and the whole Frank Alviti team to raise the GreenMech profile and offer a more localised service across this key territory.”


    Any existing warranties relating to GreenMech chippers sold by previous area dealers Brian Beddoes and Tallis Amos Group Ltd, will continue to be supported by Frank Alviti. 

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