December 22nd, 2021

Sumo, the leading Great British cultivation machinery manufacturer, has hired a new Sales Manager to help with the increased demand in the UK market. Philip Stephenson joined the team just before Christmas.

This is an important role for Sumo explains, Mark Curtis, General Manager: “Philip will oversee current UK sales in the north England while working to expand our dealership network.

“In the 2021 season Sumo has seen revenue growth of 20% year-on-year. We have an ambitious 5-year growth plan, and this role is integral to our success.”

Based in Lincolnshire and covering the north of England, Philip will hit the ground running in Jan 2022. He joins Sumo with a lifetime of agricultural experience, from hands-on farming, through to notable dealership and manufacturer sales roles.

Philip Said: “I’m delighted to join a well-respected British agricultural heritage brand in what is an exciting time for British engineering in agriculture.

“I have first-hand knowledge and experience of the Sumo product range meaning I can hit the ground running. I’m very much looking forward to working with dealership network and customers on the ground to help farm businesses lower input costs, improve yields and protect the environment through farming with Sumo machinery.”