Quinn Engineering knows a thing or two about servicing the rural sector. We should do since we’ve been in that business since the 1960’s. Agricultural and horticultural business owners want what they need. If something is broken, they want it fixed and they want it fixed with no fuss, no delay and they want it to last and cost no more than it needs to.
On farm, there are so many things that can go wrong and need a fix. We take a very uncomplicated approach to problem-solving for our customers. What is wrong? What will fix it? Are we sure what we propose will work? Will it last? Will it make the customer come back next time?
When we come up with a solution to a one-off problem, it will be fixed as a bespoke project. If it is a recurring problem, the solution is likely to become a Quinn product that can be replicated for the benefit of many. That’s your assurance that everything
Quinn Engineering began life as Quinn Baleboys. Eddie Quinn started the business in the early 1960s and his first product was not surprisingly a hay handling machine. It must have been pretty good because we are still producing a version of it in the 21st century.
Eddies son Alex came into the business in 1980 and bought Dad out in 1990. It became Quinn Engineering and has continued to grow and develop ever since.
History is interesting and relevant if it has served to make a business better and stronger and the evidence is in for Quinn Engineering. From the very beginning, innovation and listening to the voice of our customers has been central.
60+ years and counting say that this remains the focus and whatever is next for us, it will always be about looking after our customers and community.