Ernest Doe & Sons, the UK’s largest construction, agricultural and groundcare machinery dealership have been recognised for their outstanding achievement in the construction equipment industry by being awarded the prestigious Hyundai Dealer of the Year. This accolade holds particular significance as it coincides with the company’s impressive milestone of 125 years in business.
Ernest Doe & Sons have been at the forefront of the construction machinery industry, introducing Hyundai Construction Equipment to their customers more than three decades ago, firmly establishing themselves as one of the first companies in Europe to recognize the brand’s potential. Since then, the Hyundai brand has become synonymous with quality construction machinery, gaining respect and recognition across the industry.
The long-standing history and stability of Ernest Doe & Sons has served as a solid foundation for their success. However, the company’s unwavering commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction remains at the core of their operations, ensuring they continue to deliver high-quality machinery that exceeds their customers’ expectations.
Graham Parker, the Sales Director at Ernest Doe & Sons, expressed his immense pride in receiving the Hyundai Dealer of the Year award, acknowledging the collective efforts of the entire Doe team.
“I am really proud that Ernest Doe & Sons have won the Hyundai Dealer of the Year award. It is particularly significant this year as our company celebrates 125 years of trading. Ernest Doe was one of the very first companies to sell Hyundai construction equipment in Europe, over 30 years ago, and in that time the brand has gone from strength to strength.
Our long and stable history is important, but we are always looking to the future, to ensure that we continue to offer high quality, innovative machinery that best serves our customers.
This award is testament to the hard work and dedication shown by the whole Doe team and their commitment to striving for excellence; I would like to thank each and every one of them for the part they have played.”
Graham Parker also extended his gratitude to Ernest Doe & Sons’ valued customers:
“None of our success would be possible without the trust and loyalty of our valued customers so a huge and heartfelt thank you goes out to all those who have bought Hyundai construction equipment from us over the past three decades.
I firmly believe that Hyundai construction equipment is the best in the industry and we look forward to continued growth and success with Hyundai in the decades to come.”
The award serves as a testament to Ernest Doe & Sons’ unwavering dedication and their shared vision with Hyundai to provide top-notch machinery that meets the evolving needs of their customers.
As Ernest Doe & Sons celebrate 125 years of trading, the Hyundai Dealer of the Year award is a true highlight this year, recognising the company’s impressive journey and reaffirming their position as a leading force in the construction equipment industry. With their commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction, Ernest Doe & Sons continue to pave the way for innovative solutions with customers central to everything they do.
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About Ernest Doe & Sons Limited:
Established in 1898, 2023 marks the 125th anniversary of Ernest Doe & Sons, the UK’s largest family-owned construction, agricultural, and groundcare machinery dealership.
As one of the pioneers in introducing Hyundai construction equipment to Europe, they have established themselves as a trusted name in the market, driven by a commitment to quality, innovation, and customer satisfaction. With a rich history and a vision for the future, Ernest Doe & Sons are dedicated to serving their customers with the best machinery and solutions available.
The Ernest Doe & Sons business spans five generations. The company is led by Managing Director Angus Doe, who oversees the business alongside his father, Colin Doe, serving as Chairman. Graham Parker, Ernest Doe’s Sales Director, is responsible for the company’s construction and agriculture machinery divisions.