After 27 years of representing Merlo, Murton-based Yorkshire Handlers announced earlier this year their intention to relinquish the Merlo franchise & retire.
“Yorkshire is a key agricultural county, where Merlo handlers have found favour across a wide range of farming operations. As such, we wanted to be sure to appoint a new dealer that could support those existing Merlo customers effectively, whilst further developing the sales of new Merlo products” comments Shaun Groom, General Manager of Merlo UK.
“We are pleased to be able to announce the appointment of Brompton by Sawdon based Hardwick Agricultural Engineers, as the newest member of the Merlo agricultural dealer network.
Joining the Hardwick team from Yorkshire Handlers is experienced Merlo Technician Dane Robson. Dane will be a familiar face to many Merlo customers in area having worked with the Merlo product throughout his career.
Managing Director of Hardwick Agricultural Engineers, Eric Hardwick, noted his excitement about adding the Merlo franchise, “We believe that the Merlo product range perfectly reflects our business ethos of supplying and servicing the highest quality machinery within the Yorkshire area.”
Eric and his team are eager to develop their relationship with the Merlo team and existing Yorkshire-based customer base.
The full Merlo Agricultural telescopic handler range, Cingo tracked carriers, TreEmme attachments and forestry tractors will be available from Hardwick Agricultural Engineers.
You can find out more about Hardwick Agricultural Engineers Ltd. here