Irish Dealer Appointment


NEW DEALER APPOINTMENT FOR IRELAND


At this year's National Potato Conference in Dublin, ScanStone were delighted to announce the appointment of Quaile Machinery as the sole dealer for the Republic of Ireland.

Quaile Machinery (formerly AGRICARE), led by Kenny Quaile, is based in Balcunnin, Skerries and has a strong support team with a wealth of knowledge in the potato sector.

Following the new relationship between ScanStone and Quaile Machinery, Brian Finnegan will be in charge of service and Ian Rooney will manage sales and parts.

 

Don't hesitate to get in touch using the details below to find out more about, and organise demonstrations for, our range of products:

Bedformers: 2-body, 3-body and 4-body shearbolt and dual action (non-stop) bedformers with Reekie-style bodies and additional wear plates.

Bedtillers/Rotavators: 1.8m, 3.6m, 5.4m and 6m fixed and folding bed tillers with quick change blade system, and depth of up to 45cm, designed specifically for potato planting.

Destoners: 4 web, 5 web, 6 star destoners with new control box featuring intelligent headland management, precise steering and depth control. Open front intake, hydraulic intake discs, scrubber web, as well as many other features.

Windrowers: Osprey 3, Osprey 5 and Osprey evo windrowers. These machines come with 3 rollers, 5 rollers or complete evolution cleaning as well as on-board hydraulics.
Optional extension cross conveyor and new, easy-to-use control box, with intelligent headland management.

Harvester: Entry-level, light and nimble Patriot harvester with high capacity cart elevator and new control box. Option of full 6 row cleaning table, wheel drive and picking table.

Toppers: Single front and rear mounted topper, or three piece 3-bed topper, with the option of side discharge on the front unit.

Contact:

Kenny Quaile 0871934008
Brian Finnegan 0873971488
Ian Rooney 0876502336

service@quailemachinery.ie
parts@quailemachinery.ie
sales@quailemachinery.ie

www.quailemachinery.ie
www.scanstone.co.uk

Designed and built in Angus, Scotland

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