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Dealer news: Halse South West opens new facility

Importer and dealer of new and used machinery, Halse South West has opened its new, larger machinery premises in Devon.


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At an investment of more than £4,000,000, the new site features 1,160sq.m workshop space, 3,000sq.m of covered machinery storage and facility to stock over £1,000,000-worth of spare parts.

Phillip Halse with his father Peter (center), and sons Edward and George.

At an investment of more than £4,000,000, the new site features 1,160sq.m workshop space, 3,000sq.m of covered machinery storage and facility to stock over £1,000,000-worth of spare parts.

 

History of Halse

The business was originally founded by John Halse in the early 1880’s as a corn and seed merchant, and moved to its existing Honiton site in 1942 when it purchased a machinery franchise.

The firm says it had outgrown its old Honiton site.

Now operated by John’s grandson Phillip, the firm’s focus is on importing and dealing in new and used machinery, steering away from tractors or telehandlers.

 

Phillip Halse says “Having completely outgrown our Honiton site the move gives my sons and me the possibility to expand both our customer base and the range of machines we sell in the coming years.”

 

Halse will hold two open days of the new premises on April 20 and 21, 2017.

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The new site features 3,000sq.m of covered machinery storage...

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...and 1,160sq.m workshop space.

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