GK Machine new authorized Javo dealer in USA

The horticultural industry continues to change and the need for automation is growing worldwide. Javo anticipates and ensures the demand for automation is answered by having local representation of the Javo brand. In this way we can help customers faster and better to find the right automation solutions and have local service support and spare parts. We are therefore very pleased with the recent partnership with GK Machine for the Portland and Washington states.

GK Machine has been providing customers with quality machinery and greenhouses since 1976. Gary Grossen, owner of GK Machine, expresses his confidence in the partnership, “Javo has been the standard in horticultural automation for generations. GK Machine is excited to partner with Javo to provide customers with the machinery and automation they need to increase efficiency in today’s competitive growing environment.”

The reason for this partnership

At the heart of this partnership lies a commitment to quality, innovation, and ease of use. Gary Grossen: “Javo manufactures a complete line of Potting Machines, Tray Automation, Soil Systems, Transport Systems, and Robotic Systems for today’s greenhouse farming. GK Machine will sell and provide service and repair of Javo machines for the customers in Oregon and Washington. A supply of Javo replacement parts will be available at GK Machine’s Parts Counter in Donald, Oregon.”

The future in automation

GK Machine and Javo are determined to stay ahead and provide growers with automation solutions they need to succeed. Growers in the Pacific Northwest can count on Javo’s efficient machines and automation solutions, backed by GK Machine’s dedicated sales, parts and service team.

Jeffrey Benne Sales Manager Javo: “Our common goal is clear: to save time, labor and money for our customers and improve the quality of the growing process. The local presence of GK Machine fulfils also the need for Service Lifecycle Management, making sure the Javo automation solutions remain working during the more and more demanding production process.”

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