Despite the adverse weather conditions, O’Regan Plant Sales has heralded this year’s National Ploughing Championships as a huge success. The Yanmar Construction Equipment Europe dealer, based in County Cork, Ireland, has already converted a number of leads from the show and predicts a further surge in product sales over the coming months.
O’Regan showcased a number of class-leading models from Yanmar’s compact equipment portfolio, including the B95W wheeled excavator and SV26 midi excavator. While rain stopped play on the event’s second day, high footfall provided the perfect opportunity to discuss market pressures and profile Yanmar’s latest earthmoving solutions.
Visitors were impressed with the efficiency, performance and ergonomic design of Yanmar’s compact equipment portfolio, alongside the experience and expertise of the O’Regan team.
Con O’Regan, Dealer Principal at O’Regan Plant Sales, commented: “Exhibiting at this year’s National Ploughing Championships was an excellent decision. The Yanmar portfolio was well-received by visitors, who appreciated the capability and class-leading specifications of each model.
“Since then, enquires have continued to flood in. There is a real gap in the Irish rental market for flexible, versatile compact machinery, and Yanmar products really fit the bill. With a number of impressive new models launched in 2018 alone, alongside a whole host of state-of-the-art operator technologies, there really is a model for every application.
“We’re looking forward to playing a leading role in Yanmar’s continued expansion across the UK and Ireland. In 2019, we aim to showcase Yanmar’s entire portfolio at the National Ploughing Championships.”
O’Regan Plant Sales is a leading compact equipment dealer, based in County Cork, Ireland. With more than 20 years’ industry experience, the team is renowned for unparalleled product knowledge and excellent customer service. As one of Yanmar’s latest additions to its UK and Ireland distribution network, O’Regan is responsible for distributing excavators and wheeled loaders across the Republic of Ireland.