Johnathan Lovell has been promoted to the role of service manager for Kuhn Farm Machinery (UK), stepping up from his previous position with the company providing technical support across the South and South-west of England.
In his new position, Mr Lovell will oversee the provision of technical support and aftersales service advice for Kuhn’s full range of grassland, arable, livestock and landscape maintenance machinery ranges. He will manage Kuhn’s technical support team that operates regionally and from the company’s head office at Telford.
Mr Lovell, who has a background in mechanical, aeronautical and agricultural engineering, believes the experience gained during his five years to date with Kuhn gives him the ideal credentials for his new role.
“I’ve gained a lot of understanding during my time in the field and feel ready to step up and lead the team,” he said. “It’s an exciting time to be working in the farm machinery sector, not least because of the advancement in technology.
“With technology, we’re moving from monitoring to controlling machinery at a rapid pace, and it’s our job to help Kuhn’s customers get the most out of their machines.”
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