Kubota (UK) has announced that JE Rees & Sons is to add the Kubota groundscare equipment range to its existing Kubota tractor business with immediate effect.
The Carmarthenshire-based dealer gets an extended product portfolio that includes a full range of compact tractors from 18 to 60hp, plus commercial and domestic ride-on mowers to sit alongside its existing tractor and RTV business.
It’s a move that puts the family-run business on a path for further expansion into new markets from its two depots – one at Velindre, west Wales, and the other at Llandovery, Mid-Wales.
“We’re extremely pleased to be able to support JE Rees & Sons with the opportunity for further growth in these important sectors,” Kubota UK’s agricultural and groundscare sales manager Tim Yates said. “This expansion will help Kubota to further strengthen its position in these key markets with the ability to provide sales, service and aftercare support across the amenity sector, schools and holiday park operators.”
JE Rees & Sons has been established for more than 50 years, and is run by brothers Marc, Dylan, Geraint and Mansel. Having been a Kubota tractor dealer for more than four years, the introduction of an expanded machinery range will enable the business to better meet the needs of its customers through highly trained sales staff, workshop technicians and mobile engineers.
“We’re delighted to add the Kubota groundscare range to our business – it’s an exciting opportunity for us and our customers,” dealer principal Marc Rees said. “There are some fantastic machines in Kubota’s range, that’ll also appeal to a whole new customer base in addition to our many existing customers.”
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