New Holland dealers celebrate awards success
Winners included; Lloyds Ltd for Large full liner Dealer of the Year, Robert D. Webster Ltd for Medium full liner Dealer of the Year, Francis Bugler Ltd for Medium Tractor Dealer of the Year, with J R Perry Ltd picking up the award for Irish Dealer of the Year.
Three new dealers achieved outstanding levels of performance: Adrian O’Brien tractors of Sligo, Ireland; RES Tractors of Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire and The Burdens Group of Boston, Lincolnshire. All three exceeded objectives and fully established themselves as first class New Holland dealers
These dealers were recognised for their outstanding efforts from New Holland’s network of over 64 dealerships with 139 locations in the UK and Ireland, all providing high levels of local service to the farming community.
Andrew Watson, New Holland’s Managing Director, said: “I would like to personally thank all of our dealers and particularly those recognised with these individual awards, which are extremely well deserved. It is great to see their commitment to the New Holland brand and their customers
“Each year New Holland and its dealers continue to grow and develop. With a committed and motivated workforce at the heart of the business, we will continue on this path of success.”
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