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Saturday 18 November 2017

Twose company in 25-year partnership

Farmec Ireland's Garry Daly (left) with Tim Coleridge from Twose.
Farmec Ireland's Garry Daly (left) with Tim Coleridge from Twose.

Twose and Farmec Ireland were in touch this week to tell us about their silver anniversary after 25 years of partnership in Ireland.

Farmec Ireland, based in Drumree, Co Meath, first started selling the Twose range of hedge cutters, rollers and farming implements back in 1991, and is now one of the Twose company's most successful export partners.

Garry Daly of Farmec said: "Twose is respected across Ireland for its robust high-quality agricultural products which have made it a favourite with farmers and contractors all over the country. We've enjoyed great support from Twose over the past 25 years, and plan to continue this successful partnership for years to come."

Now part of the giant Alamo group, Twose specialises in the production of hedge cutters and arable gang rollers, in addition to a comprehensive range of agricultural machinery. Twose hedgecutters are manufactured at the group's production facility in Ludlow, Shropshire.

The range in new red livery includes compact machines suitable for tractors from 45hp right up to the flagship 625TLP model - a heavy duty, 6.25m reach machine with telescopic arm, parallel arm linkage and fully independent hydraulic system.

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