You can rely on Rileys for machinery and back up

Well-known nationwide as the long established UK importers of the market-leading Vervaet sugar beet harvester and spreader ranges, customers across the whole country know they can rely on Rileys for the complete package.

Sugar beet machinery

J Riley Agri are the UK importers of the UK's top selling Vervaet Q-Series and Beet Eater harvester ranges. In addition, Edenhall trailed harvesters and chasers are also imported.

Refubished machines

Refurbishments are carried out at Rileys' purpose built technical centre, which also offers full service facilities and parts for Vervaet, Edenhall, Riecam and Moreau machines. Overseas enquiries for new and used beet harvesters are also welcomed.

Vervaet Hydro Trike

In addition to the harvesters, Rileys are also UK importers and agents for the Vervaet Hydro Trike - the multiple-use self-propelled power unit which reduces soil compaction with it's excellent weight spreading ability.


About Us

J Riley Agri imported the first Vervaet tanker harvesters into the UK in 1994. The machines were right and coupled with Rileys first class backup quickly became the market leader. So much so that Rileys became known as the 'six-row specialists'.

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Used Machinery

  Vervaet BE 617
Very low hours
Excellent order
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Vacancies

 

We don't have any vacancies at this time. However, we are always keen to hear from people interested in working with the country's leading sugar beet harvester specialists...

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Latest News

  • Market-leading Vervaet Q-Series pushes forward:

    The market-leading Vervaet Q-Series sugar beet harvester range was first launched over three years ago. Since then the Q-616 has established itself as the worthy successor of the legendary Beet Eater 617, although the latter still remains the UKs most prolific sugar beet harvester...

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  • Apprentice of the Year winners:

    Everyone at J Riley Beet Harvesters is extremely proud to congratulate our service engineer James Galley on winning the Engineering Apprentice of the Year award from Easton College for the second year running (2018 and 2019)...

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