Serving the Farming Industry across East Anglia for 35 Years
Grange Machinery has extended its dealership network with the appointment of Manns to cover East Anglia, Kent and Leicestershire. Crop establishment specialist expands dealership network

• Two major partnerships unveiled

• Covers much of eastern England

• Full range of machinery available

Grange Machinery has extended its dealership network with the appointment of Manns to cover East Anglia, Kent and Leicestershire.

A family run company based in East Yorkshire, Grange Machinery manufactures cultivation, crop establishment machinery and wearing parts to farmers across the UK, Europe and as far afield as New Zealand.

The Grange product range helps lower the cost of crop establishment while improving soil structure and efficiency in the field. Machines can transform implements that may already be on the farm, offering greater flexibility and efficiency.

The range specialises in adaptable low disturbance toolbars and standalone looseners which offer solutions to cultivation and seeding challenges. Grange Machinery has also recently launched the Strip-Till Preparator, which is now in full production.

Excellent fit

“We are delighted to be working with Manns,” said Grange Machinery managing director Rhun Jones.

“There is an excellent fit between our products and the range offered by Manns and the company has a strong presence and long-standing reputation in the key arable regions of the country where many of our target customers are located.”

Part of the Claas global agricultural machinery business, Manns has seven depots across East Anglia, Kent and Leicestershire. They sell the full range of Claas machinery plus Horsch’s cultivation and seeding products, among other franchises.

Manns sales director Paul Moss said: “We are looking forward to offering Grange Machinery’s products, which complement our Horsch range perfectly, presenting an ideal solution for farmers and contractors who wish to loosen soil ahead of a cultivator or drill.”

“The combination is sure to be of great interest where farming for the benefit of the land is a goal, and offers us an exciting opportunity in that marketplace.

“Grange Machinery is a great example of a company that is ‘big enough to matter but small enough to care’, designing its products with the farmer in mind and we are very pleased to be working with Rhun and his team.”

The range will be showcased at Manns’ Geared for Growth demonstration tour from 4 April to 10 May. Visitors will see a 6m Low Disturbance Toolbar, 4m Low Disturbance loosener, 4m Close Coupled Toolbar and the Strip-Till Preparator in action.

Further north, Grange Machinery has extended its dealer network with the appointment of Peacock & Binnington to cover North Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire – another key area for both companies.

Five outlets

Peacock & Binnington, which has been serving farmers since 1894, will cover North Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire from five outlets: Brigg, Corringham, Halsham, Selby and Kirby Misperton.

“With P&B being local to Grange, we have worked closely with the company in the past and find the to be extremely professional and forward-thinking with a fantastic reputation among farmers in the local area,” said Mr Jones. 

Peacock & Binnington managing director Graham Main said: “The range of products very much complements our existing franchises and being a local company, suits the conditions in our area perfectly.

“Rhun and his team have developed a professional business and we are excited that we have been appointed. Our demonstration fleet will be with us for spring cultivations; please talk to your local area salesman for details.”