About

aboutStarting from humble begins William Foster ltd. Was established over 25 years ago and has grown in size ever since providing a full range of Newholland agriculture & ground care products a full range of genuine spare parts for all Ford / Fiat and Newholland tractors & a fully equipped workshop with all the latest diagnostic and specialist tools with factory trained technicians & a dedicated service van ready to carry out any repairs on site.

After the demise of the main Ford dealer, Abbey Service garage Wicklow where William or “Willie”worked as a store man for over 25 years supplying parts for all types of Ford vehicles car, truck, tractor, William was approached by Ford Newholland to see if he would be interested in taking the franchise for Ford Newholland tractors. And so starting from a small shed at the back of his house to store parts that’s where it all started from very soon after he sold his first tractor a 2 wheel drive Ford 5030 to a local farmer , which the customer still owns and is in daily use !

Things have progressed massively since , now having a purpose built garage with stores & workshop facilities. William Foster ltd. Have one of the leading stores / spare part depots in the country with a massive selection of genuine spare parts for old and new tractors at the keenest prices . Newholland trained technicians with fully equipped workshop facilities, all the latest diagnostic and software programming tools , dynometer testing and servicing expertise . A comprehensive range of 20 – 200+ horse power new and pre owned Tractors.

Now with over 50 years experience in the agri tractor industry William has knowledge & expertise that money just can’t buy , but even with the expansion of the business and the hectic pace of today’s modern farming some things still remain the same ,William and all the staff at William Foster ltd. Know all of their many customers on first name terms and are always willing to go that little bit further to make sure that the customer always gets the best deal.

Foster’s putting farmers first