Sulky-Burel UK appoints Doubleday Group to dealer network in Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and mid-Lincolnshire

Sulky-Burel UK has appointed Doubleday Group to distribute its range of fertiliser spreaders, seed drills and cultivation equipment in Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and mid-Lincolnshire.

Rob Thurkettle, Sulky UK managing director said: “We’re delighted to welcome the Doubleday Group to the Sulky UK dealer network. This appointment allows us to expand our coverage to new customers in parts of East Anglia and Lincolnshire, and provides increased customer service coverage for existing Sulky customers.

“The area covered by the Doubleday Group includes a variety of farm sizes and types. This will allow Sulky UK products to be offered to a wide range of potential customers, including small family farms, mixed farms, large arable operations with root crops and sugar beet, and vegetable growers.”

Alex Child, group sales manager at The Doubleday Group said: “We’re pleased to have been appointed as a Sulky UK dealer. It provides us with an opportunity to talk to customers about this exciting range, which they may not be aware of. We’ve been impressed with the build quality of Sulky’s machines and, in particular, the unique design features of its power harrows, which we believe will be ideal for many of our customers.

Sulky sales, service and parts will be available from the three Doubleday Group depots in Swineshead, Holbeach and Kings Lynn.

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