The Ballyhaunis machinery maker with a global reach
Family-owned Mayo firm employs 85 people and is recruiting for six further positions
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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