New Zealand Tractors was established 26 years ago by Grant Reith.
Since then New Zealand Tractors have become one of the leading importers of farm machinery to New Zealand. We strive to provide New Zealand farmers and contractors with machines that are top of their field in innovation, efficiency and quality.
We have a real focus on providing personalised, hands on customer service so that each of our customers can be assured that their latest agricultural machine is a good investment for the future. We appreciate long term relationships with our clients and now enjoy working with second generation clients.
Owner / Director
Having been involved in agriculture all his life Grant's passion has always been machinery. He is an avid problem solver when the need arises. After many years of farming deer Grant has recently converted to fattening Angus cattle for Five Star on their small block. He is interested in many aspects of motor sport. He is currently scheduled to pit crew for a team in the Formula Ford Series over the summer.
Owner/Office Accounts & Administration
Ran her own Farm Secretarial business in England for many years, preparing farmers management and financial accounts prior to marrying Grant and becoming involved with NZT. Now their two children, Rebecca and William have 'flown the nest' her spare time is spent rearing a foal she has bred.
John has always been involved in agriculture. After leaving Lincoln University he worked as a Rural Banker prior to running his own sheep/arable farm at Ealing in Mid Canterbury. John has been with NZT for almost 12 years. In his spare time John enjoys playing golf.
Grant and I started business in the same year 1990. In the last 25 years I have come to know Grant and his team very well. The majority of our farm machinery has been purchased from NZT. I find him to be genuine, honest and loyal to deal with - he is very knowledgeable about his products and farm machinery in general. Our relationship began as a business arrangement and over time, as our businesses and families have grown, we have become great friends.
Graham Keyse - Mossburn