FTMTA News 24th July 2017

FTMTA Welcomes New Members

The July meeting of the FTMTA Executive Council was pleased to admit a further three firms to membership of the Association.

Murphy AGRI Machinery Ltd., trading as Murphys of Headford, of Horsevalley, Headford, Co. Galway is well known main dealer for Deutz-Fahr and a number of other machinery ranges including Tanco, MX and Sip among others. The Murphy family are heavily involved in the business with father John, son Trevor, and nephew / cousin Cathal. The business can be contacted at 093 36095 and the website can be found at www.murphyagrimachinery.ie .

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Pat Timmins Tractors of Killinure House, Tullow is a long established business primarily involved in the import and sale of seconh hand New Holland and Ford tractors for over 40 years. The business is led by father Pat and son Karl and can be contacted on 059 9156125 while the website can be found at www.timmins-tractors.ie .

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Kehoe Brothers Machinery Ltd. is a well established dealership based in Ballydaniel, Camolin, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford with a branch in Tullow Industrial Estate, Bunclody Road, Tullow, Co. Carlow. The business, led by brothers Denis, Laurence and Joseph, was founded in 1984 and is a main dealer for Manitou, Fendt, Massey Ferguson, Abbey, Krone, Amazone and Quicke. The Camolin head office can be contacted on 053 9383255 and the website is at www.kehoebros.ie .

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These three firms are the latest in a significant number of new members recruited by the Association in recent months. The growing membership of FTMTA will greatly assist the Association in delivering on its mission of promoting the highest standards of professionalism in the farm machinery industry in a manner that delivers a viable machinery industry into the future for the benefit of trade and customer alike.

Be a part of a stronger, professional, farm machinery industry – join the Farm Tractor and Machinery Trade Association – contact FTMTA at 045 409309 or membership@ftmta.ie for details.

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