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Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Pronar-UK wins the Outstanding Importer Award

Blackburn based agricultural machinery specialists, Pronar-UK, has won the Outstanding Importer Award at the recent East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce’s International Trade Awards.

The Awards celebrate the very best in international trade performance, over the last year, by a Lancashire based company.

David Orrell, Founder and CEO, Pronar-UK said: “As a relatively new Start Up, we’re delighted to have received the Outstanding Importer Award, after trading for only seven months. The award is tribute to a great team effort and reflects all the hard work we have put in to establish our network of dealerships and deliver an exceptional customer service, at competitive prices.

“The business is growing rapidly and as the sole UK distributor for Polish agricultural machinery giants, Pronar, we are continually expanding our range of cost-effective, high quality agricultural and municipal machinery, including trailers, gritters, and spreaders.

“We look forward to building on this award success, by providing an even better service to our existing and potential customers in the UK during 2018.”



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