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New addition to MAJOR Sales Team

11.47am 20th July 2015 - People

James Tudor-Jones
James Tudor-Jones

MAJOR Equipment Ltd, one of the UK’s leading designers and manufactures of tractor mounted roller mowers for golf courses, parks, polo grounds and municipal areas, has announced the expansion of their UK sales team, with the appointment of James Tudor-Jones.

Having studied at Harper Adams University and worked with grounds maintenance machinery, James has hands-on experience in the latest developments and technologies within the industry.

In his new role, James will be supporting the dealer network in Wales and UK Midlands, in addition to conducting product demonstrations, installations of new machinery and providing technical assistance to end customers. He will also be in attendance at the many UK trade shows MAJOR attends throughout the year.

MAJOR Equipment’s UK general manager Eoin Murphy is delighted to welcome James to the MAJOR team. “We are experiencing strong growth in the UK so James’s appointment is another step in providing an even better support service to both the end user and our dealers.  With the expansion of our product range and increased complexity of some of our machines, it is essential that this backup is available.”

MAJOR Equipment Ltd has been designing and manufacturing mowing equipment for 40 years.  MAJOR tractor mounted roller mowers are available in working widths from 1.9m to 6.1m and are designed to give a professional striped finish in the heaviest of conditions at a fraction of the maintenance costs associated with traditional cylinder mowers.

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