Dizengoff delivers 50 units of CASE IH tractors to service providers
Farmers across the country are moving closer to achieving easy access to tractors for their farm operations, as Dizengoff Nigeria, has delivered 50 units of the 75HP CASE IH tractors to tractor service providers.
The deal, according to a statement, will see the company dispense the tractors in two batches within 30 days, with the first sets to be delivered immediately and the second batch delivered by end of August.
This development is described as good news, as it is aimed at providing the much needed farm mechanisation services to the farmers.
Chief Executive Officer/Country Manager of the company, Mr. Antti Ritvonen assures customers of Dizengoff’s commitment to supporting their operations. “We assure you of our best in class after sales support, to minimise any downtime. We are determined and committed to providing quality machinery services to all of our tractor owners in Nigeria.
“With our exclusive partnership agreement with CASE IH in the delivery of tractors, which includes technical support in the areas of training, after sales service support and constant supply of genuine spare parts, we are committed to providing the best possible solution at a most affordable price to all the Nigerian farmers.”
The Commercial Manager, Tractor & Implements, Mr. Damisa Enahoro, says “we are excited as a company to be able to share our technical know-how and quality service delivery, coupled with our many years of experience in providing agricultural solutions to the Nigerian farmers.
“Our robust after sales support services; from training of personnel, servicing of the tractors to ensuring availability of genuine spare parts, has been our unique advantage over other companies. We are also confident in the CASE IH brand of tractor, knowing it is a world class tractor, with over 175 years of providing excellent and superior machineries.”
Enahoro explains that through this delivery, farmers-both large scale and smallholder can begin to have increased access to tractors for their farm operations.
“This tractor initiative with tractor service provider will help increase the income of our farmers, reduce production costs and help create opportunities for farmers in the country. One of the issue limiting the increase of food production in the country is poor level of mechanisation.”