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Mole Valley Farmers signs deal with National Mobile Windscreens

South West agricultural co-operative Mole Valley Farmers (MVF) has signed an exclusive partnership agreement with National Mobile Windscreens to provide vehicle glass repair and replacement services to its 30,000 members.

MVF had a reported record turnover of £328 million last year. Its head office is in South Molton with nine branches throughout the South West.

Bristol-based National Mobile Windscreens, which recently won the Fleet News ‘Supplier of the Year’ award, is providing a dedicated helpline for MVF members to give direct access to round-the-clock services from branches throughout the South West.

National Mobile Windscreens’ on-site service caters for the specific requirements for all types of associated plant and machinery, from the smallest tractor to the largest combine harvester.

James Jackson, business manager at MVF, said: “We are delighted to be associated with National Mobile Windscreens to provide our members with a fast, efficient, competitively priced service, combined with the highest standards of workmanship.”

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