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SCOTTS PRECISION MANUFACTURING LTD.

Established in 1994 specialising in potato field machinery the company quickly grew into one of the most successful specialist Potato machinery dealers in the UK.

As the industry dramatically changed over the last few years we have drawn on our extensive knowledge of potato handling, dating back some 30 years, and have now emerged as a fully fledged design and manufacturing business. Our core business is based around producing highly innovative machinery to service the potato and root crop market.

Currently we now supply our range of products into more than 15 countries around the world through our dealer network.  All our machinery is designed by ourselves in 3D, in our CAD office and manufactured in our new workshops.  We offer an increasing range of products and services; please click here for more information

Derek Scott- Managing Director

Highly innovative machinery to service the root crop, vegetable and allium/bulb market

MANUFACTURING SERVICES

UPCOMING EVENTS

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MIDLANDS MACHINERY SHOW Stand No. OSK6 9th-10th November 2021

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BP 2021 Stand No’s 115 (indoors) and OS2 (outdoors) 24th-25th November 2021

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INTERPOM Stand No. R74 28th-30th November 2021

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LAMMA Stand No. TBC 11th – 12th January 2022

LATEST NEWS

SCOTTS INTRODUCES ITS GT170 WINDROWER KIT

One of the UK’s leading manufacturers of vegetable harvesting equipment has launched an innovative conversion kit that allows owners of

SCOTTS TARGETS IRISH GROWTH WITH NEW DEALER APPOINTMENT

Scotts Precision Manufacturing is aiming for growth in Ireland following the appointment of a new dealer. The designer and manufacturer

LARGEST EVER EXPORT ORDER LEAVES SCOTTS FOR CANADA

A UK manufacturer of vegetable harvesting and handling machinery has this month exported its largest-ever order. Scotts Precision Manufacturing sent

SCOTTS SENDS ITS FIRST EVOLUTION TO SOUTH AFRICA

A UK manufacturer of vegetable harvesting and handling machinery has supplied its first to order to South Africa thanks to