Kubota dealer announces expansion with new depot

Natasha Nunanin Machinery & Mechanics

Tegfan Plant & Machinery, a leading supplier of construction equipment in West Wales, has made a significant investment in a new depot in Carmarthen, further strengthening its commitment to providing the highest levels of service to its customers.

The new depot will not only provide sales, parts, service and support for the full Kubota excavator range, but is also located close to the M4 corridor, ensuring the plant hire firm can move equipment across Wales, the entire UK and Europe quicker and more efficiently.

The family run business is also investing in people with the new site creating jobs for the local community. A new sales and business development manager and two workshop apprentices have recently joined the business to help facilitate the day-to-day operations of the Carmarthen depot.

John Dunn, Managing Director of Tegfan Plant & Machinery, said: "Many years ago, I started my construction career as a one-man band, so to see the business grow and expand is something I and everyone associated with Tefgan Plant & Machinery should be extremely proud of.

"We have a broad customer base and my sons have recently joined the business, so this strategic expansion will not only allow us to provide better service to our customers, but also puts us in a great position to fuel further business growth and job creation in the years to come."

Rob White, Division Manager - Construction at Kubota UK, commented: "We have a long-standing relationship with Tegfan Plant & Machinery, so to see this large new depot investment to better meet the needs of its customers and future-proof the business is very exciting. John and the team have big business ambitions and we look forward to working closely with them to help them achieve these."

For more information on Tefgan Plant & Machinery, visit www.tegfangarage.co.uk.

For more information on Kubota and its extensive range of solutions for the construction industry, visit www.kubota-eu.com.

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