Masons Kings covers the south west from its three branches in Exebridge (Somerset), Chudleigh (Devon) and St Columb (Cornwall). Covering a territory from Stirling in the south and as far as Caithness in the north, Netherton Tractors is the first SIP dealer in Scotland since the new organisation commenced in late 2017.
Alan Rowdon Group agricultural sales manager Masons Kings (left) and Martin Holden SIP sales for GB.
Sales director Martin Holden of SIP GB describes the appointments as another major step in the development of the brand. “With a number of machines already sold, we are off to a very positive start,” he comments.
Netherton Tractors Tollmuir Forfar headquarters.
“Hopefully, with current restrictions easing in the months ahead, we will be able to support the sales team out in the field and demonstrate what sets SIP apart from the competition.
“These two appointments vindicate the decision SIP made four years ago to re-enter the GB market themselves to enable the modern product range to dealers directly.
“We now have good coverage in many areas thanks to the hard work of our dealer partners. When restrictions allow, we will support these and all SIP dealers nationwide with product training, installations and field demonstrations in preparation for next year and will also be making selective demonstrations with new products due for release in 2022.”