For Sussex and East Hampshire

Farm equipment specialist RW Crawford has extended its territory across the south east of England with a new depot at Billingshurst to serve farmers and contractors in Sussex and Hampshire.

Originally from Essex, Crawfords look after the neighboring county of Kent and so when the opportunity arose in the dealer network across the Sussex/Hampshire area the business took the decision to expand its territory and service offering.

Key franchises on offer from the new depot include Fendt and Valtra plus Amazone, Spearhead and HM Trailers. The move to Sussex also sees Crawfords take on the role of Väderstad dealer for the region. Alongside this the business also holds the franchise for Isuzu pick-up trucks.

The firm’s new territory stretches from East Sussex to the M3 in the west. From the south coast it reaches northwards up into greater London, following the M25 up into Essex.

“We’re really excited to be growing our business into new areas and are looking forward to dealing with new customers,” explains managing director Wes Crawford.

“Our reputation has been built on service and that’s something we plan to continue. Our new site in Billingshurst is positioned centrally - which is ideal for supporting our customers across the territory.

“We currently have trained mobile technicians supporting the area with technicians available from Essex and Kent if required to ensure minimum down time. Our vans are mobile workshops, equipped with diagnostic equipment, spare parts and electrical components making for the most efficient on-site support."

A recent open day at the new Billingshurst depot gave Crawfords the opportunity to show off the full range of products on offer. In addition to a comprehensive line-up of spare parts and a fully-equipped workshop, the branch will have a range of Valtra demonstration tractors and Fendt’s full-line offering.

As well as the products from Valtra and Fendt, Crawfords will have implements in stock from its other key suppliers including Amazone, Väderstad and Spearhead.

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