Case IH showcases equipment range

Source: Case IH showcases equipment range – DailyNews Live

BUSINESS WRITER      22 May 2017

HARARE – International farming implements manufacturer, Case IH,  has
showcased its full line of equipment at the biggest demonstration event
ever held by a single company in Zimbabwe.

The event – unprecedented in Zimbabwe for its scope, scale and execution –
showed the value of advanced farming practices and the brand’s highly
efficient equipment, and the profitability they can achieve.

“This type of event is the best way of showing our customers the potential
of modern and efficient farming practices for their businesses, and for
them to see first-hand how the full solutions Case IH offers can help them
boost their productivity and profitability,” Agricon Equipment Zimbabwe
commercial manager Neville Sealy said.

The Agricon team, supported by Case IH and other product specialists,
conducted product presentations and field demonstrations for the 180
commercial farmers and investors in attendance.

On arrival at the field location, the participants discovered the
impressive product display, which showcased how Case IH is able to offer
customers a full solution for their requirements.

They first encountered a full line up of the wide range of Case IH
tractors, which included the best-selling JX75T utility tractor, the
versatile Farmall A, Maxxum and Puma ranges, and the high-productivity
Magnum 340, all the way up to the Steiger 600 and 550 powerhouses.

At the centre of the display, two large Case IH tents hosted the product
presentations. On the opposite side of the tents were two AF7140 combine
harvesters featuring Case IH’s advanced Axial-Flow single rotor
technology, the brand’s Patriot sprayers and a selection of implements.

The display was completed by models of sister brand CASE Construction

The focus of the event was on the field demonstrations of the Case IH
equipment, which covered different phases of the crop cycle – land
preparation, seeding, planting and strip-till, spraying and spreadin, as
well as hay making and harvesting.

The participating customers were impressed with the display and

“The presentations were very informative and the demonstrations really
showed what performance can be achieved with the right equipment,” a
customer said.