September 2018: Farol Ltd has been awarded the KUHN franchise across the group, this merges many of our existing product ranges into one new comprehensive brand.
April 2018: Farol are now proud dealers and stockists for the range of AVANT Tecno compact implement carriers. These articulated telescopic machines are an excellent all-round solution for applications where compactness and versatility are key.
2017: Farol signs a deal to take on Kramer after John Deere announce new trade partnership to run their agricultural range of Kramer products alongside the John Deere European dealer network.
2016: Farol take on the franchises for AS Motor, Eliet, Koppl and TS Industrie professional groundscare machinery in a deal that sees them supplying central and southern England.
2015: As of January 2015 the Milton Common Head Office took on the Amman & Yanmar plant franchises, enabling Farol to stock a range of 1T-10T diggers, tandem rollers, pedestrian ground compactors and tracked dumpers to supply the M40 corridor and surrounding areas.
2015: Farol moved into their new Milton Common (Oxfordshire) head office office with a brand new open plan showroom, large new workshops and machinery display areas.
2011: Farol were offered the chance to take on the John Deere Professional Groundcare account and took on a whole team of sales, service and parts team to serve customers from Milton Common, Hinckley and Shefford Woodlands. The groundcare part of Farol compliments well with the agricultural, tyre and homeowner business which was already established.
2010: With the Warwickshire and Leicestershire area increasing in business, Farol looked for larger premises and found an excellent site at Trinity Marina, Hinckley. The ex-Land Rover showroom has been turned into a one stop shop for agricultural, groundscare, tyres, parts and service in a modern building with plenty of outside space for new and used equipment to be displayed.
2009: With the opportunity to expand, Farol took on John Deere in Midhurst covering West Sussex and East Hampshire. The new depot was up and running by May 2009 and has been serving customers in the Sussex/Hampshire area from that summer.
2004: Due to various changes with the aquisition of Case IH by Fiat combined with the chance of taking on the premier franchise John Deere, Farol decided to pursue this option which involved the closure of Pewsey premises and the re opening of a larger dealership 15 miles east of Pewsey near Hungerford. John Deere also gave Farol the opportunity for expansion in the north and in October opened a new JD dealership in Atherstone on the A5 with a whole new customer base in Warwickshire and Leicestershire.
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