C&O’s Depot Manager Matthew Davies and his team saw a great turn out for the C&O Funtington Official Opening. Nick Baird, from estate landlords Basil Baird, cut the ribbon at the new site alongside C&O’s Managing Director Andy Coles, Sales Director Richard Spencer and Matthew Davies
The event celebrated the move to brand new facilities offering increased workshop space, improved parts department and the addition of new brands to C&O customers. ‘We are delighted that so many customers came along to join us in celebrating the opening of the new depot. It has taken a lot of work to get us to this new site and I’m very proud of what we can now offer to customers’ said Matthew Davies.
Keys to a new Isuzu pick-up truck were handed over to David Mortimer by, new addition to the Funtington Sales team, Philip Prior at the event. The full range of Isuzu pick-up trucks are now available at Funtington and are supported on site by new, dedicated engineer Peter Will.
Also new to the depot is Kverneland. An impressive selection of Kverneland agricultural machinery was on display at the event, including a plough, fertiliser spreader and drill alongside a range of grassland machinery.
The official opening was very well supported by manufacturers’ representatives and included displays of machinery from Wacker Neuson, Shelbourne Reynolds, Can Am, Mzuri, Walter Watson, Teagle, Quicke, Stihl, Gyru Star, Lynx Engineers, Wessex International, Warwick Trailers, Knight and Browns.
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