SGMC – Your Local Farm Equipment Dealership
St George Machinery Centre commenced operation as a Case IH dealer over 30 years ago and during this time has grown to be a well known Machinery Dealership in the St George and surrounding districts.
The business currently employs 20 permanent staff and 2 school based apprentices who are ably led by Craig Brimblecombe who became the sole Dealer Principal on the 1st November 2013 after previously being owned by Ian Todd and prior to that Len Saal.
Our focus is to provide a farming solution from New to Pre owned machinery sales, to machine servicing, repairs and genuine case parts and accessories as well as other machinery requirements as needed.
We strive to provide excellent customer service and continue to educate our staff with up to date training on machinery and products we sell.
”Versatile, manoeuvrable, economical and robust can all be used to describe our Farmall, Puma and Maxxum ranges, making them popular with customers after a handy utility machine, or as a main tractor capable of handling a range of tasks” – Seamus McCarthy, Case IH
After machinery supply constraints last year and into 2022, Case IH has announced a return to healthy levels of stock on dealership floors, particularly in the popular lower horsepower end of the local market.
Supply of Farmalls, Pumas and Maxxums is strong and customers in the market for a new tractor for their business, or who are interested in upgrading, are being encouraged to act now.
“There’s no doubt the issue of supply has been a challenge in the past few years, for a whole variety of reasons, but in the past six months that situation has started to improve and we’re now seeing dealerships with good numbers of our mid-size and compact tractor ranges, and stock is continuing to come into the country,” said Seamus McCarthy, Case IH Australia/New Zealand Product Manager for Mid Horsepower & Compact Tractors.
“We appreciate the patience of customers during what’s been a challenging period for everyone, and it’s great to be able to see tractors on the floors of our dealerships, ready for delivery to customers who need them.”
Seamus said the recent influx of stock included the newly-launched Stage V Puma and the new JXM models for the Farmall range.
Livestock producers, row-crop farmers, mixed-farm enterprises, horticulture and orchard operations, and smaller holdings, were a few examples of farm businesses where the Case IH lower horsepower range really came into their own.
“Versatile, manoeuvrable, economical and robust can all be used to describe our Farmall, Puma and Maxxum ranges, making them popular with customers after a handy utility machine, or as a main tractor capable of handling a range of tasks,” Seamus said.
“If you’re in the market, talk to your local Case IH dealer now to secure one of these tractors, because while supply has been an issue, the demand for agricultural machinery across all sectors remains high.”
Parts & Service
Being a CASE IH Dealership, we strive to deliver the highest possible service levels to all our customers. We have a large range of genuine and aftermarket parts to suit your farming needs.