“We are delighted to have had the opportunity to join the Case IH network,” says Rob Hattam, who has been running Cornwall Farm Machinery for four years.
“This change of brand (previously John Deere) represents a new and exciting chapter for Cornwall Farm Machinery, which has taken delivery of its first few demonstration tractors,” he adds. “As we transition to this new brand and look to the future, rest assured our customers will receive the same high level of aftersales and support that they always have done.”
“We see this appointment as a significant step forward for Case IH in Cornwall and look forward to working with the team as they grow sales of our products in the years ahead,” comments Paul Harrison, Case IH business director UK & ROI.
Truro Farm Machinery previously handled the Case IH franchise in Cornwall and Deere has not yet announced who will be looking after the former CFM area going forward, will it be Smallridge or an amalgamation of other John Deere dealers?
Picture: Left to right: Cornwall Farm Machinery’s Stephen Edmond (sales manager), Rob Hattam (general manager), Richard Kent (demonstrator)