North-east machinery business, Ravenhill, has taken on the Corvus 4 x 4 ATV brand as part of its portfolio.

Corvus' parent company, Boss Off-Road Vehicles, recently struck a dealership partnership with Ravenhill to market these increasingly popular ATVs.

This will offers customers in the area sales and full support of the Corvus Terrain DX4 CAB from Europe’s first manufacturer of 4x4 utility vehicles. The Corvus main construction facility is in Murcia, Spain, where they manufacture the Terrain, assembling its own transmission, chassis and technology systems.

The Terrain is powered by a normally aspirated, inline three-cylinder 993cc Yanmar diesel engine, which is Euro 6 compliant – putting it at the forefront of the market. The Terrain models are homologated to T1b tractor regulation and have a top speed of 40mph/65kp/h.

“We are proud Ravenhill has become the latest addition to the Corvus dealer network,” said Phil Everett, Boss ORV’s managing director. "We welcome all five of their branches – Aberdeen, Dingwall, Elgin, Maud and Turriff into the Corvus family. It’s great to see that the future of the Corvus brand in North-east Scotland will be in such good hands.”

Ravenhill was established in 1985 following a management buyout of the three existing branches at Elgin, Maud and Turriff. Since then they have expanded and grown in strength, adding two further branches in Aberdeen and Dingwall.

This has allowed them to span the trading area across the whole of the North and North-east of Scotland. The company is family owned and supported by a committed workforce of over ninety staff with an annual turnover of £28m.

Working in partnership with industry-leading manufacturers they hold multiple franchises extending across the agricultural, construction and groundcare industries allowing them to provide bespoke machinery solutions. It is a main dealer for New Holland in the area.

John Wills, Ravenhill’s managing director, commented: ‘We are excited to join the Corvus family and very much look forward to the opportunities this new partnership will bring."