MACHINERY

Hutcheon & Pearce acquires Peel Valley Group

JOHN Deere machinery group Hutcheon & Pearce has acquired Peel Valley Group’s Tamworth, Gunnedah, Narrabri, Quirindi and Wee Waa dealerships, all located in New South Wales.

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 Steve John and Libby Khan, directors of Peel Valley Group, with Arron Hutcheon, CEO of Hutcheon & Pearce. Image courtesy Hutcheon & Pearce.

Steve John and Libby Khan, directors of Peel Valley Group, with Arron Hutcheon, CEO of Hutcheon & Pearce. Image courtesy Hutcheon & Pearce.

Hutcheon & Pearce says the acquisition of the five dealerships is an exciting opportunity for the business to support its customers across the region, complementing Hutcheon & Pearce's knowledge and existing...

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