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Hopes are high for another good year at Ausplow

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Ausplow Sales and Marketing Manager Chris Blight (left), General Manager Chris Farmer and Service Manager Ray Beacham.

Ausplow Sales and Marketing Manager Chris Blight (left), General Manager Chris Farmer and Service Manager Ray Beacham.

Josiane ‘Josie’ Sabouriaut (left), Mandy Tham and Kay Beacham.

Josiane ‘Josie’ Sabouriaut (left), Mandy Tham and Kay Beacham.

Ausplow Service Technician Dave Finlay (left), his partner Kady and Ausplow Managing Director John Ryan.

Ausplow Service Technician Dave Finlay (left), his partner Kady and Ausplow Managing Director John Ryan.

Borka (left) and Slobodan Rajkovic, who is an Engineer with Ausplow, company Assemble John Di Re, who celebrated 10 years service with the company in 2017, Procurement Manager Glenn Hubbard and Maggie Di Re.

Borka (left) and Slobodan Rajkovic, who is an Engineer with Ausplow, company Assemble John Di Re, who celebrated 10 years service with the company in 2017, Procurement Manager Glenn Hubbard and Maggie Di Re.

Tabita Adascalite (left), Ausplow Truck Driver Abel Adascalite, Rebekah Bautista, Ausplow Accountant and husband Reywin.

Tabita Adascalite (left), Ausplow Truck Driver Abel Adascalite, Rebekah Bautista, Ausplow Accountant and husband Reywin.

Ausplow Managing Director John Ryan and his partner Bernadette Turner.

Ausplow Managing Director John Ryan and his partner Bernadette Turner.

Ausplow celebrated its Christmas wind-up with staff at the Royal Fremantle Sailing Cub last Saturday night.

Company general manager Chris Farmer said that despite the difficult year, Ausplow had enjoyed good sales of DBS precision seeding bars, the Easitill deep ripper, the Multistream air seeder and retro-fits of the Pro-D tool system.
“Interestingly, it was a year when many DBS owners told us they wouldn’t have finished with a decent result had it not been for the DBS,” he said. “The ability of the machine to access moisture in dry conditions really shone through this year.”

Ausplow managing director John Ryan also complemented staff on their loyalty to the company and their continued positive attitude to farmers.

“Many of you are at the coalface meeting our customers and addressing concerns,” he said. “It’s so important we maintain that kind of sales back-up and service.

“I think 2018 will be a very exciting year for us as we move forward with new partners to expand our research and development programs.”

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Tuesday, December 19, 2017