Company founded by George Marshall. These sheds contained the original workshop where the company began fabricating and repairing agricultural machinery. It was 8 years later in 1985 when the company acquired the Renault Agriculture franchise and began a successful tenure selling machinery.
New Depot Opens
Due to the continuing growth of the company, a brand new purpose built depot is opened less than a mile away at Charlesfield Industrial Estate complete with a state of the art workshop, showroom and an extensive parts department.
Claas complete the takeover of Renault Agriculture and completely re-brand the tractors to the Claas brand. This begins the relationship of the company with Claas, which can be seen here on the G Marshall (Tractors) Ltd stand at the Border Union Show.
Due to a reshuffle of the Claas dealer network, G Marshall (Tractors) Ltd and Claas/Renault Agriculture end its highly successful 25 year relationship. To fill the gap in the machinery range, the company acquire the McCormick tractor franchise, allowing the company to continue to provide an full range of products to customers.
The company acquire the Case IH franchise for the Borders and North Northumberland, allowing the company to expand the range of machinery it can provide to customers including telehandlers and, for the first time, combines.