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Two New Service Managers at the Emmetts Roseworthy Branch


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Scott Wendland, Small Ag. Service Manager (left), David Stutley, Large Ag. Service Manager (right)


Scott Wendland, Small Ag. Service Manager

Scott is managing all small agriculture equipment and tractors under 100 HP, specialising in horticulture and viticulture.   Scott is from the area having grown up in Two Wells, he now lives in Anglevale.  He started his career with Neil’s Parts were he worked for 12 years, followed by ten years in harvest and tillage as Sales Manager and three years as Branch Manager.  Emmetts is pleased to have him on-board at the Roseworthy branch.

Scott finds the best part of his job is meeting the customers.  Scott will work to ensure the Emmetts service department keeps customers going by reducing their downtime and maximising machine efficiency.  


David Stutley, Large Ag. Service Manager

Originally for the Eyre Peninsula, David lived in Western Australia for four years before coming back to live in Tanunda.

David completed his Diesel Apprenticeship with a Case dealership early in his career and was a Broadacre farmer, a grain trader, and later worked in Western Australia with BHP.  He was a maintenance planner with BHP which is a strong set of skills to bring to the service department, improving workflow efficiencies, and process planning.

David is the Service Manager for large ag.  He enjoys working with the great team of techs at the Roseworthy branch, and making sure the machines flow through the workshop efficiently, to meet customers’ expectations with technical excellence and timeliness.  David’s goal is to achieve the best outcome for the customer, and he welcomes communication.  He is looking forward to meeting customers, so drop in to the service department when you are at the branch and introduce yourself.

He will be travelling with the techs on weekends over harvest to meet customers, spend time with each tech and visit the machines operating in field.

 Roseworthy Branch can be reached at (08) 8524 8131.











Topics: Local Community, Broadacre Cropping

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