Case IH appoints new dealers in Scotland and Northumberland

Case IH has appointed three new dealers across northern England and Scotland.

Balgownie, which represents the tractor maker in Aberdeenshire, has supplied goods and machinery to farmers and local businesses since 1907.

The company operates two branches, with purpose-built dealership facilities on the Thainstone Business Park, Inverurie, and the Markethill Industrial Estate in Turriff.

Mark Garrick, based at Brookfield, Birnie, Elgin, was founded in 2000 by agricultural engineer Mark Garrick.

The company, which employs six staff, provides sales and service facilities in an area from Morayshire across to Inverness and the Black Isle.

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Everitt & Marshall was established in 1978 by Matty Everitt and Raymond Marshall and has been based in purpose-built premises on the Haugh Lane Industrial Estate in Hexham since 1982.

It will represent Case IH throughout the Tyne Valley, providing a full range of services to customers in Northumberland, County Durham and across to the Cumbrian Border.

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