Parkway Plant win Takeuchi Dealer of the Year

Parkway Plant win Takeuchi Dealer of the Year

In the 25th year of Takeuchi in the UK and Ireland, the Dealer of the Year award was a close competition across the more than thirty Takeuchi dealer locations across the regions.

Dealer of the Year 2021 winners: Gold to Parkway Plant Sales of Stockport, Silver to BFM Tipperary and Bronze to CBL for South of England. Awarded for outstanding performance in sales, service, support and marketing across their regions these dealers have actively promoted the Takeuchi brand.

Stockport based Parkway have won the Dealer of the Year for a record six previous occasions. A Takeuchi dealer for more than 20 years they have built a strong customer base with a very proactive sales team and excellent customer service to support the growing volume of Takeuchi machines working in the region. 

Parkway have actively grown machine sales with plenty of new business with a variety of customers including civils, plant and tool hire alongside a growing band of utilities contractors.

Philip Oldham, Managing Director at Parkway Plant Sales, said: “Parkway are enormously proud to win the Takeuchi Dealer of the Year award in the 25th year of Takeuchi in the UK. With our dedicated team we strive to offer our customers the best support and backup possible. We thank Takeuchi for providing a world leading product we are happy to promote”

Hitoshi Arai, Managing Director Takeuchi Mfg. UK Ltd., said: “Our dealer of the year awards recognize the hard work the dealer network contributes.

In an Olympic year we always celebrate Gold, Silver and Bronze. Parkway, BFM and CBL have set the benchmark for 2021. With Parkway’s recent investment in the new head office facility and showroom demonstrates real investment in the brand. Parkway has made a massive contribution to Takeuchi sales across the North West, a very proactive sales team with excellent customer service”

Takeuchi report that 2021 was a very busy year despite Covid. Various supply chain issues have impacted supply. Demand for machines still outstrips supply creating a busy wait list for a favourite excavator brand across the UK and Ireland.

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