New dealers announced for John Deere

John Deere has expanded its dealership network with new appointments in Scotland and Staffordshire.

Livingstone Garden Machinery in West Lothian and Buxtons in Penkridge will now stock a wide range of John Deere domestic garden care equipment.

Buxtons is a family run forestry and garden machinery company and will boast a full range of John Deere domestic mowers and ride-on lawn tractors.

Buxtons dealer principle Neale Hopley said:  "Stocking John Deere products will allow us to offer a wide range of high quality lawn maintenance products to suit all lawn sizes and budgets."

Livingston GM is a small family run dealership employing four staff.

Dealer principal Leslie Weatherup said the new range of products would fit well with the ethos of the business.

John Deere homeowner territory manager Dan Barber said both dealerships represented good quality and had good local reputations.

Weatherup added:  "I am extremely pleased they will now be offering our product range."

 


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