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SymAgri appointed as authorised dealer for Trimble Agriculture

SymAgri, Systems for Agriculture, a new division powered by the Thurlow Nunn group has been created to provide customers with independent technology solutions and is now a dealer for Trimble Agriculture products, for Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and North Essex.

Operating from Norfolk, SymAgri has been providing sales and mobile support across the complete Trimble precision agriculture portfolio since 1st January 2021, as well as advising growers and their advisors on the right combination of technology-based solutions for their operation, to improve farm efficiency and productivity.

Agriculture has been on a path of discovery with technology for many years now, but the path of development is increasing along with the number of users. There’s no doubt that this will increase further, not just in farming, but in everyone’s day to day life.

Trimble Agriculture provides solutions that solve complex technology challenges across the entire agricultural supply chain. Its solutions enable farmers to allocate scarce resources to produce a safe, reliable food supply in a profitable and environmentally sustainable manner. Covering all seasons, crops, terrains and farm sizes, Trimble precision agriculture solutions can be used on and with most equipment on the farm, regardless of the manufacturer.

(l-r): Andy Bell, technologies specialist; Gavin Ludkin, technologies manager; Sam Mead, technologies specialist.

SymAgri sales director Chris Tew explained: “We are delighted to be part of the Trimble dealership network. It’s the ethos of SymAgri to provide independent advice to ensure our customers receive the right precision technology solution for them, with support coming from a team of experienced Trimble engineers.”

Hamish Wilkie, EMEA, CIS and Russia sales director at Trimble Agriculture added: “We’re excited to have SymAgri on board as they specialise in precision agriculture and have years of experience under their belts.”

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