Global leaders at grand opening of machinery dealer workshop

By Wendy Gould
Updated February 13 2024 - 12:17pm, first published February 9 2024 - 3:00pm
Getting ready to cut the ribbon to declare the AFGRI Equipment Esperance, workshop officially open were AFGRI Equipment Esperance, branch manager Michael Perry (left), John Deere Limited managing director Luke Chandler, Brisbane, AFGRI Equipment Australia CEO Wessel Oosthuizen, Perth, John Deere senior vice president and chief technology officer Jahmy Hindman, Moline, Illinois, United States, AFGRI Equipment managing director Patrick Roux, Centurion, South Africa, AFGRI Group CEO Norman Celliers, Centurion, South Africa and AFGRI general manager sales and marketing Jacques Coetzee, Perth.
Getting ready to cut the ribbon to declare the AFGRI Equipment Esperance, workshop officially open were AFGRI Equipment Esperance, branch manager Michael Perry (left), John Deere Limited managing director Luke Chandler, Brisbane, AFGRI Equipment Australia CEO Wessel Oosthuizen, Perth, John Deere senior vice president and chief technology officer Jahmy Hindman, Moline, Illinois, United States, AFGRI Equipment managing director Patrick Roux, Centurion, South Africa, AFGRI Group CEO Norman Celliers, Centurion, South Africa and AFGRI general manager sales and marketing Jacques Coetzee, Perth.

A coming together of some of the brightest minds in the agricultural machinery and technology industries at Esperance last week has been described as a once-in-a-lifetime moment.

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