Netherton Tractors take on Maschio Gaspardo, Strautmann and SKY Brands

Opico Ltd has announced the expansion of its partnership with Netherton Tractors Limited, to include Maschio Gaspardo tillage and seeding equipment and Maschio flail mowers, SKY grain drills and Strautmann forage and feeding wagons. Netherton has previously been a long-standing and successful opico dealer, selling and servicing the HE-VA range of cultivation machinery and the Opico range of grassland maintenance equipment and grain dryers.

Netherton Tractors Ltd, was established in 1987 and covers the area from the M8 north, with branches located in Forfar, Glenrothes and Perth, as well as two depots to be opened in the Turiff and Nairn area.  This recent expansion has extended their reach into the North of Scotland.

Commenting, Charles Bedforth, Opico sales director said, “We couldn’t be more delighted that our full line-up of brands will be represented by Netherton Tractors.  They enjoy an excellent reputation for supporting customers and they are ideally positioned to grow the OPICO portfolio across the Perthshire, Turiff and Nairn areas. We are confident that all our customers, new and existing will receive excellent support.“

Harry Barclay, managing director at Netherton Tractors Limited added, “The Opico range of brands enables us to offer our customers a wide range of arable, forage, feeding and grassland products.  Our sales, service and parts teams are busy getting up to speed with the excellent new range and we look forward to being of service to our local customers.”

 

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