CHRIS WIESNER

Chris grew up in the region and is a third generation farm machinery dealer following in the footsteps of his grandfather and father. Chris was born into the family business commencing in 1978 as an apprentice diesel mechanic. Chris undertook further training over the next ten years, completing a Fitter and Turner apprenticeship along with a Bachelor of Business Management Degree.

Chris has a wealth of local and regional experience coupled with excellent technical and product knowledge.

In 2008, Chris became the Dealer Principal and has continued to grow the business enabling Wiesners greater capacity to service the diversity of the region.

Chris’s focus has always been on meeting the needs of the customer and building life-long relationships.

MARK HARRISON

Mark grew up on a Dairy and cropping property in Southern NSW which started his interest in agriculture. He went on to study Bachelor of Agricultural Science at Melbourne university before starting his career with AGCO Australia Ltd where he spent 11 years working in service and sales roles. This has given Mark a great understanding of the Massey Ferguson and Fendt products. With Wiesners expanding to Wodonga, Mark moved across to Albury in 2017 to start a role with CJ and LH Wiesners in sales where he has developed a lot of strong relationships in the area. He really enjoys catching up with clients to discuss their machinery requirements.

Outside of work Mark enjoys spending time with his young family, catching a game of footy and camping with friends!

SIMON BOWLER

Simon grew up in the South West of England surrounded by dairy and mixed farming operations. He attended Harper Adams Agricultural College and holds a diploma in engineering and a higher diploma in agricultural engineering. Simon brings over 20 years of industry experience having worked the UK, Eastern Europe and Australia. He comes from a service back ground spending many years as a technician servicing and maintaining AGCO products.

Simon has a customer focused approach to selling, believing the sale should be the first step in a lifelong relationship.

Simon volunteers for the SES and when not at work can usually be found spending time with his family, outdoors, 4wding, motorbike riding, occasionally horse riding, or even just walking.