Adamsons opens new dealer premises in Lincolnshire

East Yorkshire-based John Deere turf dealer F G Adamson & Son has opened a new outlet in Langworth, near Lincoln after a £500,000 investment to expand its sales area in the county.

L-R Dealer principal John Adamson (Snr) with team- Steve Blanchard,  Fran Firth, Tim Holden, Darren Lunn, Carl Dannatt & Gillian Jenkins. Image: Supplied
L-R Dealer principal John Adamson (Snr) with team- Steve Blanchard, Fran Firth, Tim Holden, Darren Lunn, Carl Dannatt & Gillian Jenkins. Image: Supplied

Adamsons is a longstanding groundscare dealership with over 70 years of experience. The business was originally appointed by John Deere as a full-line turf equipment dealer in 1998, covering east and north Yorkshire and the north and north-east of Lincolnshire. It currently employs a total of 42 staff across the two outlets.

"The opening of this new depot in Lincolnshire represents a significant moment in our history, and we are committed to providing the same high standards of customer service and support across the new sales area," said dealer principal John Adamson, who manages the family-owned business with his brother Mike.

"Alongside new depot manager John Adamson Jnr, we have appointed five new staff at Langworth, all recruited locally, including two new service technicians and three sales staff, backed by a comprehensively stocked parts department. Once the new outlet becomes established, we hope to be able to employ more staff from the area."

In addition to John Deere's full line of professional turf and garden equipment, Adamsons franchises include Allett, Briggs & Stratton, Charterhouse, Echo, Hayter, Honda, Husqvarna, Lastec and Stihl.

"Adamsons is an established business with a strong focus on first class customer and product support," said John Deere's UK & Ireland turf division sales manager Chris Meacock. "This latest expansion is consistent with our dealer development strategy, and underlines our continued efforts to build the strongest possible dealership network for turf equipment in the UK."

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