Trimble adds two ag distribution partners

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GPS technology company Trimble has added two new Australian distribution partners to its Global Vantage Network for Agriculture.

Andrew Cory and general manager Mick Casey from Vantage New South Wales.
Andrew Cory (left) and general manager Mick Casey (right), from Vantage New South Wales.

Vantage provides integrated, precision agriculture systems such as water management and yield monitoring solutions to improve production and profits.

The new Vantage New South Wales distributor is established from MFS Agribusiness, a Trimble dealer since 2006. The Liverpool Plains-based business will provide Trimble’s farm solutions throughout the central and northern parts of NSW.

The second new Trimble distributor is Vantage NEA and is established from Trimble authorised reseller BMS LaserSat. Vantage NEA will provide Trimble total farm solutions service to northern NSW, Queensland, the Northern Territory and Tasmania.

The new Vantage NSW and Vantage NEA branches join forces with the already established Vantage Western Australia to distribute Trimble’s agriculture services throughout Australia.

Specialising in integrating hardware, software and data, Trimble says its distributors have total understanding of the entire Trimble portfolio.

Trimble products are used in over 150 countries around the world with employees in more than 35 countries, coupled with a network of dealers and distribution partners.

Trimble's Agriculture Division provides solutions that solve complex technology challenges across the entire agricultural supply chain, the company says: "Covering all seasons, crops, terrains and farm sizes, Trimble solutions can be used on most equipment on the farm, regardless of manufacturer."

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