March beet harvesting equipment provider Agrifac UK marking expansion with open day

15:15 16 May 2014

Agrifac UK products.

Agrifac UK products.


A beet harvesting equipment provider is holding an open day to celebrate its expansion.

Agrifac UK will open the doors of its new 420 square metre warehouse at Thorby Avenue, March, on June 5 from 2-7.30pm.

There will be new products on display, the chance to talk with staff, presentations and a barbecue.

These are exciting times for Agrifac UK, which is responsible for all Agrifac and HOLMER exxact machines, including sales, service and parts sales.

The company has doubled the size of its workshop and parts stores and hired extra staff - they now employ 19 people including six fully trained road technicians.

Managing director Andy Carse said: “We are all very pleased to see the business moving forward and growing, we now have the widest product offering for beet equipment as well as our world famous self-propelled sprayer, the Agrifac Condor.

“Moving to our new premises and boosting our service and parts staff we will now offer a 100 per cent satisfying aftersales

service to all of our customers.

“I look forward to seeing you all at our open day at our new premises.”


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