Kubota Corporation has today launched its new M5001 Series, a brand new range of 95HP to 113HP tractors.
Mulchrone Brothers makes impact in groundcare market with Kubota UK
Mulchrone Brothers Ltd is gaining significant traction in the West Ireland groundcare market following the recent extension of its partnership with industry-leading manufacturer, Kubota UK.
Over the last 40 years, the family dealership has been an established name throughout the mid-western counties of Ireland, renowned for providing first-class machinery and aftersales support to both the domestic and professional markets. Having supplied Kubota’s agricultural solutions for 14 years, it was an obvious step for the dealership to start offering groundcare machinery following an increase in customer demand.
Speaking of the partnership, Dominic Mulchrone, Co-Owner of Mulchrone Brothers Ltd, said: “Continuously adapting to the ever-changing requirements of our customers, whether they may be local authority or private farmers, is crucial to our success. Having supplied Kubota’s wide range of agricultural machinery for many years, we know first hand the durability, reliability and sustainability that its vehicles offer.”
Regional customers can now purchase a range of Kubota’s groundcare machinery including the L Series, B Series and STW Series compact tractors, along with the RTV range.
Kubota’s high-powered GR1600 ride-on mower has already become a best seller for the dealership due to its manoeuvrability and reliability, along with its G2120 counterpart, together with the professional G/F Series range.
Adrian Langmead, Groundcare Business Development Manager for Kubota UK, said: “This announcement is all about strengthening our product and service offering in this key region. Kubota’s partnership with Mulchrone Brothers goes back nearly 14 years based on the quality and performance of our machines and the first class service Dominic, Joe and their staff provide. It’s an exciting development and one which we are delighted to announce to the market.”Back to articles list