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Team rapport most important


ENJOYING WORK: Coming to work each day is rewarding for Ash Noorman, who has a great bunch of people to work with.

COMING to work is easy when you have a great team of staff around you.

Ash Noorman, spare parts manager at Chapman Machinery Service in Leongatha, enjoys the banter in the office which helps create a better and more enjoyable atmosphere.

Whilst still focused on the tasks at hand, Ash said it’s important to relax a bit and have fun at work.

Working for a family business which has been around a long time has also helped him, with several members of the Chapman family involved.

“It’s a fair bit different from the corporate giants where you can see yourself sometimes as a number, but here you have direct involvement with the owners and get their valued input,” Ash said.

He comes from an automotive background so his move into spare parts hasn’t been a huge step, but nevertheless there has been a lot to learn.

He said there was always something on and it doesn’t have to be the height of the hay and silage season when all the work is done.

“There’s a lot of planning and ordering done now until the next season. Next month we have a large parts order coming in so we have stock on hand and ready to go,” Ash said.

There are always parts in stock at Chapmans or available via next day delivery. The workshop team can also attend on-site if a farmer has a problem with a particular tractor or piece of machinery.

Chapmans use and recommend AGCO genuine parts for all AGCO products, which ensures top quality replacements and that warranties are compliant.

Coming soon to the team is Norm Batcheldor who will assist Ash in spare parts. He also comes with an extensive background in farm machinery.

For all pre-season servicing and spare parts needs, give Chapman a call on 5662 3973.

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