Köckerling equipment signs agreement with Lister Wilder

Lister Wilder has announced that an agreement has been signed with Köckerling equipment to supply machines from all its agricultural depots from the 1st May 2021  

The newly appointed full-line Kubota dealership has now added Köckerling equipment to its business. This will be supplied from the Cirencester, Reading and Ashford branches and showcases another positive step forward towards a comprehensive equipment offering for its agricultural customers.   
Köckerling produce a range of robust tillage, cultivation, seeding and grassland management equipment which is a welcomed addition to the dealer’s portfolio. The German manufacturer supplies the UK market through distributor Sam Agri Ltd based at Basingstoke. Lister Wilder is ideally placed to ensure full support and back up from the distributor.  
“The addition of Köckerling to our business is a significant appointment, with our new Kubota depots we are looking to partner with a few additional manufactures, and so the opportunity to represent a cultivations brand with such a great reputation is an exciting proposition.  We are looking forward to working with the team at Sam Agri Ltd to roll out the machines across our agricultural area. Our sales and service departments will be undertaking product knowledge and after-sales training in preparation for the season ahead, and we are making steps to ensure we have readily available parts for the machines that we sell, as well as access to parts for machines previously sold within the area to fully support new and existing customers.” Explains sales director Phill Hughes.  

“We are pleased to be welcoming Lister Wilder as an official Köckerling dealer. We look forward to a long and successful relationship working with the Lister Wilder team and their customers, while strengthening the Köckerling brand in their area.” Stephen Berry, managing director for Samagri Ltd.

Lister Wilder  

Lister Wilder is a wholly-owned family business that was established in 1947. Now in its third generation, the company has evolved to become a well-known and well-respected name throughout the industry. Over the last seventy years Lister Wilder has continued to expand and grow within the Agricultural, Construction, Groundcare and Arboriculture sectors.