Queensland and NSW farmers will have greater access to the Kuhn range of products with the machinery manufacturer increasing its dealer footprint in the two states.
Kuhn products will be supplied at an additional 10 dealerships as part of the Vanderfield group.
The new locations include Beaudesert, Caboolture, Dalby, Goondiwindi, and Loganholme in Queensland, and Inverell, Lismore, Moree, Rutherford, and Taree in NSW.
Kuhn Australia managing director Bruno Fetiveau said the company was excited by the expansion of its dealer network, with products now available at 115 dealerships nationally.
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Mr Fetiveau said the last 18 months, in particular, had been extremely pleasing for Kuhn.
"In 2020 we were lucky to deliver the Kuhn Expo in Naracoorte in South Australia before the COVID pandemic," he said.
"In 2021 we invested in a new purpose-built training centre, machinery display centre, and workshop at our Melbourne head office and distribution centre.
"We launched several new, exciting and innovative products and are now expanding our network."
The new locations continue Kuhn's already strong relationship with Vanderfield, which started 10 years ago and brings the total number of Vanderfield dealers offering Kuhn products to 22.
Vanderfield product marketing manager Paul Slatter said the decision to offer Kuhn machinery through the existing Chesterfield Australia dealerships, acquired in 2020 by parent company RDO Equipment, was a logical one.
"Kuhn is a well-known global brand and provides an extensive product range in Australia across hay and forage machinery, sprayers, spreaders, tillage, and feed mixers," Mr Slatter said.
"Kuhn also provides local service technicians nationally to support our dealer technicians and has a dedicated parts distribution centre in Australia."
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