Case IH will now be represented in north-western Tasmania by TTMI
Dealership group TTMI has expanded its offering by taking on the Case IH brand for north-western Tasmania.
TTMI’s Latrobe branch will now be the region’s Case IH dealer, replacing outgoing dealer TR & KR Shipton.
It also means Latrobe becomes TTMI’s seventh location to stock Case IH machinery, alongside one other in Tasmania (Longford) and five in Victoria (Trafalgar, Maffra, Leongatha, Warrnambool and Colac).
“This collaboration allows us to expand our product offering and provide our customers in Tasmania’s north-west with access to the most advanced and reliable machinery available,” TTMI Latrobe branch manager Simon Maloney says.
“We are confident that the addition of Case IH will greatly benefit our customers, helping them achieve greater productivity and profitability in their farming operations.”
As part of the change, TTMI Latrobe will also provide comprehensive after-sales support and servicing for all Case IH products.
TTMI dealer principal Jason Henry says the expansion is an exciting move for the company and expects it to benefit customers both in Latrobe’s catchment area and beyond.
“The synergies of the TTMI regions help support the range of machinery we specialise in throughout all of our seven locations across the most beautiful and agriculturally-productive areas of Australia,” he says.
“Customers in north-west Tasmania can expect we will bring the levels of service and support TTMI has become known for to ensure all of their requirements are met – whether that be for new machinery or ongoing service and maintenance – and we hope to expand the presence of Case IH, and the other seeding and tillage brands we represent, in the Latrobe region.
“For our TTMI customers in other areas, this most recent expansion is a new opportunity for our network to increase its buying power and build our parts and service departments, which is to the benefit of all our customers, right across all of our locations.”
The dealership officially opened on June 1.