HRN Tractors opens new dealer outlet
John Deere agricultural dealer HRN Tractors Limited has opened a new outlet at Muir of Ord in Ross-shire, joining the existing HRN group outlets at Insch and Turriff in Aberdeenshire, Kinloss in Morayshire and Earnvale Tractors at Balbeggie in Perthshire.
This new dealership replaces Neil Ross Tractors at Dingwall, who decided earlier in the year to relinquish the John Deere franchise and ceased trading at the beginning of May.
Full agricultural equipment sales, service, parts and workshop support are now being provided from the new premises, situated on the Muir of Ord Industrial Estate. In addition to John Deere, HRN Tractors is a main agent for Bailey Trailers, Bunning, Kverneland, Manitou and Opico.
“We are delighted to have this opportunity to grow the HRN Tractors business in Scotland, while continuing to deliver the highest possible levels of parts and service support to all our customers across our northern Scotland region,” says HRN group general manager Hamish Bruce. “We would also like to welcome existing and new customers to meet the team on our stand at The Black Isle Show on August 1, where we will be exhibiting the latest John Deere equipment.”
New salesmen Scott Taylor and Ivan Nicol are part of the team that also includes service manager Keith Ross, technicians Charles Macrae and Martin Stewart, Shem Alliston in parts and office administrator Kay Macdonald, who were previously employed by Neil Ross Tractors.