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Service
Service
Our Service Department is headed up by Nigel Suckley who has been at Malpas Tractors for 30 years. Nigel is supported by his Product Support team, Dave Ashley and Chris Hulme. All service calls are answered by our Product Support team, from their base at our head office in Wrexham, North Wales.

We have full workshop facilities at our Wrexham and Holmes Chapel depots, as well as 9 fully equipped service vans on the road, which are available to ensure your tractor, forage harvester, combine harvester, baler or other agricultural machinery are always in the best working order.

At Malpas Tractors we invest heavily in training; all of our Service Technicians are manufacturer trained to the highest standard. They attend manufacturer training courses on a regular basis, as well as taking part in ongoing online training programmes to further enhance their skills, and enable them to specialize in particular products. In line with our training strategy we also invest heavily in specialist tools to enable service and repairs to be carried out with the utmost speed, accuracy and efficiency.

Our commitment to our customer continues with the range of skills and services we offer including out of season service / preventa-tive maintenance work, dynamometer testing, air conditioning maintenance and repair. To find out more about the services we offer please click on one of the links below……

New Holland Tractor


For more information, or to book your machine in, contact Nigel, Dave or Chris on :-

01978 664400
Malpas Tractors Service Team

Tractor and trailer braking is a hot topic at present, the look behind download gives impartial advise on the reasons for correct brake systems on trailers to match the tractor size and speeds. Click on the link or download the document below.

http://www.fwi.co.uk/Articles/2010/06/02/121549/Tractor-trailer-incompatibility-could-be-a-reason-for-poor.htm