The Ballyhaunis machinery maker with a global reach

Family-owned Mayo firm employs 85 people and is recruiting for six further positions

12th March, 2017
Eibhlin Murphy, marketing manager, Major Equipment

The grass is proving greener in new markets for Major Equipment, the second generation family-owned Mayo firm which has been in business for over four decades.

Established in Ballyhaunis by brothers John and Mark Murphy, the company manufactures rotary grass-cutting equipment for the agricultural and amenities sector under the Major brand.

“Our grass-cutting machinery is used in polo clubs in Germany and in the Royal Parks in London. We have local authorities in Australia using...

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