BDC Systems to represent Gibbons Agricultural in Scotland

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BDC Systems Ltd and Gibbons Agricultural have extended their longstanding partnership. BDC will now act as Gibbons’ Scottish agent as well as continuing to represent the company across the south of England.

“BDC, a complete grain handling solutions provider, has been successfully selling our high-performance grain cooling fans across the south of England for over 20 years,” said Matthew Gibbons, MD of Gibbons Agricultural, a division of Gibbons Engineering Group and a specialist grain storage equipment manufacturer.

“Under the able stewardship of its Scottish sales manager, John Wilson, BDC already has a strong and established presence across Scotland, so it made absolute sense to ask BDC to represent us across this region,” continued Mr Gibbons.

Gibbons’ simple plug and play products have been designed to make grain conditioning easier for farmers. Its Airspear works alongside the Plug&Cool Pedestal to help cool hotspots in grain piles. The Plug&Cool wireless differential temperature control panel range supports grain store fans.

“Gibbons has always provided a wide range of high quality, robust and reliable low volume ventilation fans but the Plug&Cool solution which includes pedestals, ventilation towers and automatic fan controls now delivers a complete grain cooling package for farmers,” explained Mr Wilson.

A valued BDC partner, Gibbons is one of the market leading manufacturers the company represents. The Gibbons’ Plug&Cool system is another grain handling solution which BDC is able to deliver for its customers. Not being limited to offering products from a single manufacturer means that BDC is able to give farmers the grain handling solutions that exactly meet their requirements.

“Farmers across the south of England are already benefiting and will continue to benefit from deploying Gibbons’ Plug&Cool system. BDC is confident that Scottish farmers will quickly understand just how Plug&Cool can cool their grain the easy way, saving them time, energy and most important of all, money!” concluded Andrew Head, BDC’s MD.

 

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