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DiPerk appointed as Ireland distributor for Perkins engines

DiPerk

Peterborough-based firm appointed as sole distributor in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland

HAVING been a distributor of Perkins products for Great Britain since 2004, DiPerk have now been appointed as the sole distributor for Perkins engines in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland too.

DiPerk will specialize in the supply, service and support of the complete range of Perkins products and will now work with existing providers to deliver sales, parts, service and support to Perkins customers across Ireland.

DiPerk’s headquarters will remain in Peterborough, with Irish customers being serviced by local branches.

DiPerk say they are committed to providing exceptional service to their customers, delivered through an extensive network of engineers equipped with the latest technology and offering a 24-hour emergency breakdown service.

Emma Jenkins, distributor principal at DiPerk, said: ‘We are delighted to have been appointed as a Perkins official distributor for Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

‘This appointment reflects our wealth of experience and expertise, and ensures that Perkins customers have a trusted partner to meet any equipment service or parts requirements. We will endeavour to make sure the brand maintains its exceptionally high standards.’

Jaz Gill, vice-president of global sales, marketing, service and parts at Perkins, added: ‘This appointment allows DiPerk to expand their Perkins distribution network across Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

‘DiPerk have a proven reputation for quality, service and customer focus, which aligns with Perkins’ key objective of delivering distribution excellence to our customers.’

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