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Open evening celebrates new premises

Ireland’s Farm Machinery Ltd, a family run machinery dealership with 3 depots in Lincolnshire, Carrington, Sutterton and Market Rasen, held an open evening to celebrate the launch of their new purpose-built premises on their 8-acre site at Carrington near Boston. The opening attracted more than 300 customers and suppliers from across the country. Guests were treated to canapes and drinks and the new depot was officially opened by Arthur Johnson of AJ Builders, and Tom Bailey of Bailey Trailers Ltd who presented the directors Jonathan and Fiona Ireland with an official plaque to commemorate the opening. David Hart, Managing Director of Kubota UK also took the opportunity to present Ireland’s Farm Machinery Ltd with their Gold Service Dealer award.

Guests were then invited to look around the new workshops, stores, showroom and offices, with many interested in browsing the new well-stocked parts and clothing store.

The building has been purpose built for the products that Ireland’s Farm Machinery Ltd sell and the new ‘state of the art’ workshop provides many new services now available to customers ranging from a mobile rolling road and weighbridge brake testing centre to in house and mobile rotor balancing.

This new depot is now home to the expanded hire fleet, Irelands Farm Machinery Ltd having recently purchased AJ Saul Hire. The whole hire fleet now has over 170 machines comprising an impressive range of tractors, trailers, cultivation and grass equipment.

The new stores department stock a great range of parts, consumables and wearing metal as well as supplying their new showroom with a large range of clothing, children’s toys, tools, lighting equipment and workshop consumables.

Managing Director Jonathan Ireland said ‘it was always our ambition to create a purpose-built depot with everything under one roof, to provide our customers with a professional service. Our friendly experienced staff are all inspired by their new workplace and we are all very much looking forward to the future’.

Directors Jonathan and Fiona Ireland were presented with a Gold Service award.

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