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New Case IH dealership opens in Perth


 
Oneof Scotlands leading suppliers of agricultural equipment will cement its longassociation with leading global farm equipment manufacturer Case IH during 2014by opening a new dealership in Perth.
 
A.M.Phillip Ltd opened for business at Muiryfaulds, Forfar in 1955 and itsagricultural division, A. M. Phillip Agritech Ltd, has developed into a moderndealership operation specialising in the supply, service and repair ofagricultural machinery. Offering a wide range of services for the agriculturalindustry, the company prides itself on providing a first-class service tofarmers in Scotland.
 
SinceA. M. Phillip Agritech opened at Forfar and Glenrothes in 1995 it has addedfour other outlets, all of which also hold the Case IH franchise. Depots atFraserburgh and Huntly opened for business in 2000, followed by Conon Bridge in2005. The latest, at Perth, will serve customers in the fertile farming areasof Perthshire, Stirlingshire and Fife. This investment and continued commitmentto customers across a wide area underscores the partnership between A M Phillipand Case IH, says the company. An open day at the branch on Wednesday 15 January willhighlight the products and services it provides, including the Case IH range.
 
Wehave worked very closely with Case IH for many years and are fully committed tocontinuing to develop the market for its products, which are at the forefrontof the industry, states Gordon Phillip of     A. M.Phillip Agritech, which employs 135 staff.  We are delighted to widenthis commitment by opening our new premises at Perth. This will give customersin this area the opportunity to benefit from our dedication to customerservice.
 
Case IH business director for UK and ROI, Richard Beadman states: Case IH isat the forefront of developments in agricultural machinery technology andrelies on its strong network of highly-professional dealers. We are delightedthat A. M. Phillip Agritech has enjoyed many successful years with Case IH andthat it continues to invest in its branches, enabling customers to benefit froman even higher level of sales and service support for our products.


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