Kverneland extends area for C&O Tractors

Kverneland’s dealer network continues to go from strength to strength, and the latest change is that of more area for C&O Tractors, this time through its Blandford Forum, Dorset depot.

This new announcement means that the full range of Kverneland implements is now available from all four of C&O’s depots – Blandford, Wilton, Funtington and the Isle of Wight.

“Since we welcomed Kverneland back to C&O firstly at Funtington in 2017, and subsequently on the Isle of Wight and Wilton, it has been an aspiration to be able to offer this premium brand to all of our customers,” said Andy Coles, C&O managing director. “And following detailed discussions with Kverneland, I’m now proud to announce that our Blandford depot will also sell Kverneland.”

“This is fantastic news for the company and for our customers,” he said. “Supplying the full line of Kverneland machinery and parts across the whole C&O group will enable us to have a focussed approach, offering an increased range of machinery for our customers while expanding our stock and supply of Kverneland original parts.”

Kverneland manasging director Joe Bell is upbeat about the expanded territory announcement for C&O Tractors.

“C&O has gone from strength to strength in the last four years,” said Joe Bell. “This expansion creates an opportunity for new business in addition to supporting existing customers in those areas.”

The Kverneland range includes an extensive range of soil preparation and seeding equipment, grass and forage products, diet feeders, fertiliser spreaders and precision farming technology.

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