With a several year run of strong farm equipment sales, dealers are seizing the opportunity to upgrade their facilities, many in a 'big' way. Most new stores are taking on more of a 'retail feel' with customer comforts and amenities in mind. But beyond being far more accomodating than traditional dealer facilities of the past, several of the new dealerships are also being designed and built for practicality, efficiency and productivity, first. While adapting many of the features suggested by their major suppliers, most are also adding their own distinctive touches to set themselves apart.
The new farm equipment dealerships featured on the cover of the April/May 2013 issue of Farm Equipment include: Triple W, Missoula, Mont.; Sydenstricker Implement, Mexico, Mo., Holt Equipment, Sulphur Springs, Texas; Central Sales, Jamestown, N.D.
- Triple W Equipment Goes Big & Wide Open
- Plevna Implement's New Store Aims for Customer Service
- Ag Power's New Store Replaces Four Facilities
- Spacious Store Designed to Meet Greenline's Growing Needs
- Dinkel Implement Expands to Handle Continuing Growth
- 10 Work Bays Add Emphasis to Middletown Tractor Sales' Facility Upgrade
- Vetter Equipment Embarks on Ambitious Improvement Projects
- State-of-the-Art Training Center Highlights Sydenstricker Implement's New Facility
- Van Wall Meets New Energy Needs with Wind Turbines
- New Birkey's Store Designed for Multi-Use, Features Geothermal Heating
- Remodeled Facilty Expands Garton Tractor Parts & Training Areas
- 21st Century Equipment Embarks on Several Facility Upgrades
- Another Look at Hiawatha Implement