LEADER, Sask. – Pattison Agriculture, a division of The Jim Pattison Group, announced the planned opening of a new facility in Leader, Sask.
With proud Saskatchewan roots and a strong understanding of the marketplace Pattison Agriculture is dedicated to the needs of Canadian farmers. The development of another new building exemplifies the commitment Pattison Agriculture has to agriculture and the agricultural producers in Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
The new dealership will be located on the north side of Leader in the former site of Micada Industries. The existing 9,600 square foot facility will be renovated to accommodate a parts department, office and showroom with an additional 8,400 square feet dedicated to the service shop. Pattison Agriculture has purchased extra land from the town of Leader to provide supplementary machine storage and a display area.
Arthur Ward, President, Pattison Agriculture commented on the importance of this development in Leader, “The location is very important to the success of Pattison Agriculture. We have always had great support from the customers in the area and this investment shows that we are here to stay. We look forward to providing an even better experience out of this new facility by more than doubling the size that we are currently occupying. This will allow us to store a larger parts selection, employ more technicians, and hopefully attract more people to an already vibrant Saskatchewan.”