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  • GreenMech dealer re-shuffle promises to strengthen sales and support across key counties

    A reshuffle of the GreenMech dealer network has seen the introduction of a number of new sales, service and parts partners in important areas across the country. Full distribution arrangements have been reached with Ross McTurk Engineering, Silvestria and Griffin Machinery Solutions, while MKM Agriculture will now be providing all-important after-sales support to customers in Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire and Hunts Engineering covering customer support across Oxfordshire. 


    Ross McTurk Engineering have an extensive background in engineering and maintenance, working with customers across the agricultural and arborist sectors, and recognised as specialists in professional woodchipper service and repairs. From their depot at Felixkirk Airfield near Thirsk, they will be offering sales and support across the GreenMech portfolio to those operating in and around Yorkshire, County Durham and the area south of the Tyne in Tyne and Wear. 


    Picking up the baton for Cheshire, Merseyside and North Wales is Silvestria – owned and operated by an experienced tree surgeon. Years spent in the field have given Silvestria an unbeatable understanding of the demands facing those in the arb market, which can now be utilised to deliver expert advice and guidance on the full GreenMech range. Together with sales, Silvestria will also be offering tailored servicing and parts support. 


    Completing the trio of new full-line dealerships is Griffin Machinery Solutions (GMS). Already proudly representing a number of well-recognised franchises including Kioti and Avant, GMS will now be adding GreenMech woodchippers to the list of machinery available for hire, sales, service and repair to their extensive customer base across Hertfordshire, Essex, Middlesex and the area north of the Thames in Greater London. 


    Bolstering their support offering further, GreenMech have also announced the appointment of two new supporting dealers. Bedfordshire’s MKM Agriculture will be providing parts and servicing to those in the surrounding counties of Northants and Buckinghamshire, while Hunts Engineering will be looking after customers in Oxfordshire from their depot in South Warwickshire.  


    “As a brand, we pride ourselves on offering not just quality products, but industry-leading after-sales support to our customers both old and new” comments GreenMech Sales Director Martin Lucas. “In this reshuffle, we are delighted to welcome a wealth of knowledge and experience into the network, that will ensure we can continue to deliver the top level of service that people have come to expect when they purchase a GreenMech product.”

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    Not surprised, George Browns servicing and repairs were absolute shit 

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