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Same Deutz-Fahr announces Cumbria parts and service outlet

 

 

New parts and service outlet for SDF users opens in Cumbria 

Same Deutz-Fahr has a new parts and service outlet for north-east Cumbria, the Western Borders and the eastern Dumfries and Galloway region. Michael Holliday Agricultural Engineers will provide Deutz-Fahr customers with parts and service for their tractors, combines and telescopic loaders.

 

Mr Holliday has been maintaining tractors for over 26 years, and has considerable experience of the Same Deutz-Fahr tractor range. For the past eight years he has been running his own repair and service business from his Moor Cottage premises at Longtown, Cumbria.

 

We have a large, well-fitted workshop with good access and generous outside space, he explains. Having the Deutz-Fahr business will be good for my business and no doubt for Deutz-Fahr users as well who can now receive a dedicated specialist service for their machines.

 

He adds that he plans to carry a large number of parts along with a range of lubricants and the future will see additional staff joining the business.

 

According to Same Deutz-Fahr dealer development manager Rob Edwards, Mr Holliday will be offering a valuable service to Deutz-Fahr customers in an important area for the company.

 

 


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