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Cervus Equipment Manawatu opens new Feilding branch

Cervus Equipment Manawatu opens new Feilding branch


18 March 2016 – For immediate release

Leading John Deere dealership Cervus Equipment Manawatu has formally opened its brand-new, purpose-built branch in Feilding.

Following seven years of local sales, service and support, Branch Manager Dan Clavelle says the new Feilding branch will enable Cervus Equipment Manawatu to continue and expand its local operations.

“Cervus Equipment Manawatu is committed to adding value to our customer’s businesses every day,” Mr Clavelle said.

“We are proud to serve the hard-working agricultural industry of the Manawatu district and surrounds.

“Cervus Equipment Manawatu is made up of a team of local John Deere professionals who strive daily to ensure our customers get the best service possible.

“Although times change, the core values of John Deere do not change. Those are: integrity, quality, commitment, and innovation. That is what Cervus Equipment Manawatu customers get,” Mr Clavelle said.

About Cervus Equipment and John Deere:

Cervus Equipment sells John Deere tractors, lawn equipment and agricultural machinery in New Zealand, Australia and Canada.

Locally, Cervus Equipment Manawatu employs a team of 19 staff at its Feilding branch (formerly located in Palmerston North).

Deere & Co was founded in 1837 in Illinois by a blacksmith and inventor John Deere, the company remains a world leader in manufacturing agricultural machinery.

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