Tractor Machinery Association is seeking answers on essential services as restrictions tighten

Sharon O'Keeffe
March 31 2020 - 1:00pm
ESSENTIAL SERVICES: The Tractor and Machinery Association wants clarification that parts, repair and service will be classified as essential services as restrictions across Australia tighten due to COVID-19.
ESSENTIAL SERVICES: The Tractor and Machinery Association wants clarification that parts, repair and service will be classified as essential services as restrictions across Australia tighten due to COVID-19.

Supply of critical machinery parts and breakdown repairs are services any farmer would deem essential to their business, however with little detail emerging from governments the peak machinery body is questioning which parts of the business can remain open as restrictions tighten.

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Sharon O'Keeffe

Sharon O'Keeffe

National Agriculture Writer - Farm Machinery and Technology

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