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Kubota dealer expands across the South East
One of Kubota’s leading South East dealerships, Rod Gaskin Ltd, has unveiled its new West Sussex depot, expanding the reach of the Kubota agricultural and groundcare products across the South East.
The opening of the company’s new Haywards Heath facility was prompted by the arrival of Kubota’s latest M7001 Series tractors, which will be a key product in this new area. Alongside the M-Series tractors the depot will also offer the full range of groundcare equipment completing the Kubota range being offered by Rod Gaskin Ltd.
Sussex offers a great opportunity to expand Kubota sales across the region, especially with M7001 Series and Rod Gaskin Ltd believes that with the comprehensive range of Kubota products now available they will place real focus and determination to ensure they achieve this expansion.
Tom Gaskin, Rod Gaskin Ltd Sales Director commented: “Our business in Hampshire has always been evenly spread between agriculture and groundcare product sales, but this depot will allow us to offer Kubota machinery to customers across the territory.
“There is already a lot of interest in the new M7001 Series tractors from customers in Sussex and we are keen to demonstrate the features to prospective customers. Kubota has a very strong reputation for reliability and robustness, particularly for its long established groundcare range, and the latest M Series tractors will build on this. The fact that we already have many satisfied M Series customers is proof there is a growing demand for this range of products.”
Tom Gaskin will head up the new premises with support from Gavin Elliott and a team of two service technicians, with additional backup from the company’s Hampshire base as required. Tom added: “The plan is to start off with a small team initially but as the business grows in Sussex we’ll look to take on more staff to better serve our expanding customer base.”Back to articles list