New Holland appoints Philip P. McCormack Plant as new dealer
- 19 April 2012
- People in the News
New Holland Construction appointed Philip P. McCormack Plant (PMC Plant) as new dealer offering the full product line and covering the northern half of the Republic of Ireland.
PMC Plant brings to New Holland customers the benefits of its 30 years of experience in selling and supporting construction equipment. It operates from purpose-built premises that include sales facilities as well as established parts and service departments. Located less than 30km from Dublin in Clane, Co Kildare, with good access to the main motorways south and west, it is ideally placed for its service team to provide fast and efficient support to customers throughout the territory.
Scott Freeman, Business Director of New Holland Construction, commented: "PMC Plant is a very good fit for us, with their extensive experience particularly in the heavy equipment products. They have well-established sales and service teams capable of providing the best kind of support to our customers. Their successful long term association with the Country's largest civil engineering companies and quarry operators is testament to their highly professional approach."
Philip McCormack, owner of PMC Plant added: "We are very excited with the range of New Holland equipment that we can now offer our customers. We are one of the main suppliers of construction equipment in Ireland and, thanks to New Holland's excellent products, we feel we are in a position to support our customers even better."
Mr McCormack and his son Philip McCormack Jr, Managing Director, had the opportunity to fully appreciate the powerful support New Holland is able to provide its dealer network when they participated in a recent Yellow Factor Tour organised by the brand. This included visits to the San Mauro plant, which produces New Holland excavators, FPT Industrial's engine factory and the Fiat Industrial Village. "The visit gave us a good understanding of the investment in Research and Development and quality control: we were very impressed!" commented Mr McCormack.