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John Deere’s Royal Warrant extended

12.10am 27th September 2006 - Corporate

John Deere has been granted an extension to its Royal Warrant, which now uniquely covers the supply of agricultural, groundscare & horticultural products to The Queen’s household.
The Royal Warrant was first awarded to John Deere Limited in 1970, for the supply of agricultural equipment to Her Majesty The Queen. Royal Warrants are a mark of recognition to people or companies who have regularly supplied goods or services for at least five years to certain members of the Royal Family. They have always been regarded as a mark of excellence and the highest standards of service and quality.
Commenting on the award, John Deere’s commercial & consumer equipment (C&CE) division manager David Hart said, “We are very pleased and proud to be granted this extension to our Royal Warrant, which has been held for all but the first four years of our UK company’s existence.
“It is a testament to the high levels of service and support that John Deere and our dealers are committed to providing to all our customers, across both the agricultural and groundscare divisions.”
John Deere

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