Pattison expands in Sask

Pattison Agriculture recently announced plans to build a new facility in Leader, Sask. according to a news release from the company.

The new dealership will be located on the north side of Leader.

The company’s existing 9,600 sq. foot facility will be renovated to accommodate a parts department, office and showroom. The new facility will also include an 8,400 sq. foot service shop.

Pattison Agriculture, a division of the Jim Pattison Group, has bought extra land from the town to provide supplementary machine storage and a display area.

“The location is very important to the success of Pattison Agriculture,” said Arthur Ward, president of Pattison Agriculture, in a news release.

“We have always had great support from the customers in the area and this investment shows that we are here to stay.”

He said the expansion enables the company to store a larger selection of parts and employ more technicians.

Pattison Agriculture, a dealer for John Deere, has 19 locations in Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

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