As part of its continued investment and commitment to delivering first class aftersales support, Kubota (UK) Ltd has announced two new appointments to its aftermarket team.
The first is Martin Tyler, who’s been appointed as business development manager for service. Mr Tyler has been with the company for seven years, formerly as field service manager, and this new role will see him heading up the aftermarket service team.
His responsibilities include working closely with the dealer network resolving technical queries and warranty claims, and to further develop Kubota’s front-line support through technical training.
The second appointment is that of Simon Chadbone, who takes up the position of business development manager for parts. Mr Chadbone joins Kubota following 25 years at the Turney Group, where he joined as an apprentice technician and latterly held the position of group service manager with responsibility for agricultural and ground care equipment.
Overseeing the aftermarket parts team, Mr Chadbone is responsible for working in partnership with Kubota’s dealer and distributor network to deliver competitive and cost-effective solutions with original parts.
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