Celli and Farmgard join forces

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Farmgard has been announced as the exclusive Australian distributor of Celli equipment.

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Farmgard has been distributing Celli equipment throughout New Zealand for over 30 years

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Farmgard managing director Mark Capper says he is looking forward to bringing his experience to the Australian market.

"Farmgard has been distributing Celli equipment throughout New Zealand for over 30 years and we are looking forward to bringing that experience to Australia along with meeting the new challenges the Australian market will provide," Capper says.

"We are a third-generation Australasian business which has had a presence in the Australian market since 2007.

"To support the ongoing growth of our Australian business unit, in early 2017 we opened a dedicated assembly, parts and distribution centre in Melbourne, Victoria," Capper adds. "This centre will future-proof our expansion plans to provide an efficient and effective way to support our rapidly growing customer base."

Celli manufactures rotary hoes and power harrows from 1m to 6m (20hp-450hp), seeders up to 4m wide, bedformers and stone buriers from .95m to 7m, heavy duty rippers & subsoilers, spading machines and a comprehensive range of fixed, offset and folding mulchers. The Italian company has been manufacturing tillage equipment since 1955 and now exports to 30 countries worldwide.

"If we had to sum up in few words what we want to be, we would say that, first and foremost, we want to be recognised as specialists," Celli Spa CEO Stefania Celli says.

"We believe that trying to make too many things at the same time (which is rather common nowadays) prevents companies from achieving good results in terms of product development and quality."

As well as the full range of Celli equipment, Farmgard also currently represent Abbey feed mixers, slurry tankers & manure spreader, RZ rippers & discs, Farmgard grader blades and Stanhay precision seeders.

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