J.H. Fitzpatrick Ltd is a family company based at Kildare Road Monasterevin. Its areas of business are farm machinery sales and a petrol filling station.
We sell a wide range of top brands of tractors and machines such as Case, Manitou, Abbey, Amazone, McHale, Krone, Tulip, Tanco, Quickie, Overum, Kongskilde and others.
In conjunction with the sales department we operate a fully equipped workshop with 4 technicians and have a comprehensively stoked parts department. We also have a garden machinery sales division selling the Husqvarna range.
Our petrol filling Station stocks and sells the Texaco brand of Fuels and has a jet car wash. Within the petrol station we have a SPAR branded convenience shop. The SPAR shops main products are Hot & Cold food (delicatessen), light grocery, newspapers, Lotto, phone top up, cigarettes, confectionary etc.
Tell us why your business should be on the front of the Leinster/Munster Jersey?
"As a co. serving the Agri sector since 1954 we are proud or our involvement with indigenous Irish Industry continiously for 60 years. For those 60 years Bank of Ireland has banked our business. Down through those years, good and bad, the agricultural sector has been steady, solid but never perhaps spectacular.
Those are the qualities and examples of how our distressed country will emegre for its current dilemma. As a small company we could never ourselves afford this type of media exposure, but we could exemplify all this is good and constant abour small business today: Long term positive relationships, mature companies getting on with everyday business, maintaining employment levels at pre tiger-era levels, continually investing in their companies, Ours perhaps is not a glamorour story, but with some marketing of our type of story ( it could be made available on the internet if we are successful) it would be of benefit to us by valuable media exposure and enhanced credidility, to BOI through mutual association and support for indigenous Irish Companies and to Government/Wider Economy by highlighting all that is still positive in our economy when the focus seems to be on the negative a lot of the time."
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