John Deere and Kramp has reached an agreement to stock the Dutch-based company’s parts throughout the tractor manufacturer’s dealerships in Europe.
The first phase which will come into action in early 2019 will initially include France, Poland, Portugal and Spain, after both companies were happy with the performance of the collaboration in Germany.
In another ‘strategic partnership’ for John Deere, the effects of this new venture will not be seen in the UK for some time, however it is expected that UK dealers will be included in the next batch of countries to be targeted.
Kramp sell a range of products suitable for farm, workshop and haulage firms, priding itself on simplifying logistics and procurement of products for dealerships, it says.
Parts, wearing metal and tools for hundreds of machines are featured in the catalogue, with many items delivered next day.