Additional Kuhn dealer appointed for central and southern England

Kuhn Farm Machinery has appointed Farol Ltd as an additional dealer of its full range of agricultural and amenity equipment for central and southern England.

The appointment, which is effective immediately, will see all six of Farol’s depots – at Hinckley in Leicestershire, Byfield in Northamptonshire, Shefford Woodlands and Wokingham in Berkshire, Milton Common in Oxfordshire and Midhurst in West Sussex – become official stockists and service support dealers of Kuhn’s full range of agricultural and amenity ranges.  Farol Ltd joins a network of existing Kuhn franchisees in the region, all of which remain in place as Kuhndealers, thereby extending and complementing the machinery manufacturer’s coverage in the Midlands and southern England.

“We are pleased to welcome Farol Ltd as an official Kuhn franchisee,” explains Sian Pritchard, Managing Director of Kuhn UK.  “Their expertise and professional approach to both sales and aftersales support in the farming and groundcare sectors perfectly complements and strengthens our existing network of approved dealers throughout the Midlands and southern England.  Their appointment demonstrates our commitment to both sectors within the region and we look forward to a long and successful partnership with the staff at all six of their depots.”

Established as a family business in 1976, and still 100% family owned, Farol Ltd currently employs 165 staff across its sales, service, parts, specialist haulage, tyre and administrative departments.  The company’s six depots specialise in the sale and support of agricultural, professional groundcare, garden and plant machinery.


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