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Wine production is all about developing quality grapes and treating them correctly. Without a thorough understanding of the industry in all its phases, the end product will suffer. Gregoire product development is drawn from 30 years of experience in the viticulture industry in varying climates and regions all over the world. This has helped Gregoire to become one of the world’s leading suppliers of grape harvesting equipment.
Today, the brand represents the widest range on the market, with as many as 20 different models which can fulfil requirements in any vineyard. Machines can also be customised to meet particular challenges. More than 400 harvesters are sold each year in more than 20 countries around the world.
Gregoire harvesters have become well-known and respected for their functionality, reliability, high quality engineering and driving comfort. Quality systems make these machines extremely reliable, enabling the user to get the very best from the machine, the vineyard, and the grape.
In Australia, Gregoire is supported by PFG Australia Pty Limited
PFG Australia is a fully independent and privately-owned group of companies, who have a three-generation history of serving the New Zealand and Australian tractor and machinery markets.
In 2017, PFG expanded its international footprint by securing the exclusive distribution rights to Deutz-Fahr tractors in the USA.
PFG Australia now operates as three main trading groups:
- Power Farming New Zealand – wholesale and retail distribution
- PFG Australia – wholesale distribution
- PFG America - wholesale distribution
Collectively, these operations generate an annual turnover of approximately $350m and employ 380 people.
PFG sources leading tractor and agricultural machinery brands from around the world and distributes them through extensive dealer networks in all three countries. Without exception, the brands concerned are best-in-class products incorporating the latest in technology and design.
The various local markets are served from strategically located distribution hubs in Yatala (Queensland), Melbourne (Victoria), Christchurch (NZ), Morrinsville (NZ) and Atlanta (Georgia).
In New Zealand, the company owns, either in whole or in partnership with a local operator, an extensive nationwide network of eighteen dealerships