Vincent Tractors & Plant has increased its geographical area, now reaching into parts of Somerset and north and east Devon, with the opening of a new depot in Wellington, Somerset.
“Vincent Tractors & Plant’s expansion continues to strengthen Kubota’s commitment to its customers and the markets in which our business operates,” said Henry Bredin, general manager of Kubota (UK)’s Tractor Business Unit.
“This strategic expansion sees the Vincent family continue to develop its partnership with Kubota, as it actively supports a wider customer base in both agricultural and groundcare sectors.”
The additional depot complements the company’s existing locations in Holsworthy, North Devon, plus Smithaleigh near Plympton in south Devon, and the company’s headquarters in Fraddon, Cornwall.
Its Wellington depot will provide sales, parts, service and support for the Kubota tractor and implement ranges, as well as the groundcare portfolio.
Vincent Tractors & Plant has served Cornwall for more than 50 years, established by Ken and Esme Vincent, and has recently welcomed the third generation of family members into the business – Alec and Nick.
“We’re pleased to be a part of this exciting journey with Kubota, but just as importantly, we’re looking forward to welcoming new and existing agricultural and groundcare customers through the doors at Wellington,” said sales director Nick Vincent.