Agricar Ltd

As well as the agricultural side of the business there is an electrical services business located in both Forfar and Brechin that trades as Ness Electrical. There is also RDW Premier Bodyshops which is a bodyshop that can repair accident damaged cars / light commercial vehicles. RD Wilson`s are located in Forfar and at the beginning of February 2007 opened a new branch in Dundee. Ness Plant is the newest part of the business. It specialises in the complete Manitou product range, along with Yanmar excavators, Ammann compaction equipment, Polaris ATV and Prolec safety systems from both the Brechin and Kinross depots. Agricar currently has five agricultural depots located across the central belt of Scotland.

Company details

6 Lochside Road, Forfar , Angus , Scotland DD8 3JE United Kingdom

Locations Served

Our Manufacturers

Business Type:
Distributor
Industry Type:
Agriculture
Market Focus:
Nationally (across the country)

Agricar currently has five agricultural depots located across the central belt of Scotland.

As well as the agricultural side of the business there is an electrical services business located in both Forfar and Brechin that trades as Ness Electrical.

There is also RDW Premier Bodyshops which is a bodyshop that can repair accident damaged cars / light commercial vehicles. RD Wilson's are located in Forfar and at the beginning of February 2007 opened a new branch in Dundee.

Ness Plant is the newest part of the business. It specialises in the supply of the Manitou range of equipment along with the range of Case Construction Equipment. Ness Plant is also located in Brechin and Kinross.

Agricar was formed when Jim Johnston and John Milne did a management buy out in 1986.

This was completed in November 1986 with the depots at Forfar and Montrose.

The Montrose depot was moved to Laurencekirk in 1988 due to the availability of the main franchise as a result of the Aberdeen tractors organisation closing down.

Agricar expanded into Dunbartonshire with the purchase of Erskine Tractors in 1989 then in 1991 they took over the Perth branch due to the demise of Gillies and Henderson group.

Agricar again expanded into Ayrshire and opened the Branch at Dundonald in 2003 again due to the area being open for the main franchises Agricar carry.