Mon, 22 Jul 2024
22.7 C

SPONSORED POST: Become a part of the Case IH success story

Home Sponsored SPONSORED POST: Become a part of the Case IH success story

A rare opportunity beckons for suitable individuals or companies to establish a Case IH dealership in pre-identified areas in the Eastern Cape and the Western Cape. Case IH South Africa, a division of CNH Industrial AG and CE, is inviting interested candidates to submit proposals.

Available areas in the Western Cape are: Caledon, Clanwilliam, Grabouw, Piketberg, Vredendal and Worcester. Available areas in the Eastern Cape: Alexandria, Aliwal North, Butterworth, Dordrecht and East London. Other opportunities in the Eastern Cape can be discussed.

Worldwide, Case IH is the professionals’ choice, drawing on more than 175 years of heritage and experience in the agricultural industry. A powerful range of tractors, combines, sprayers and balers supported by a global network of highly professional dealers dedicated to providing customers with the superior support and performance solutions required to be productive and effective in the 21st century.

Formerly known as Northmec, Case IH Southern Africa is now a fully-owned CNH Industrial legal entity, contributing to the future growth of agriculture in the region by its commitment to quality through innovation, advanced technology, expertise in farming practises and professional support.

The company boasts a network of dealers and branches across South Africa and selected neighbouring countries comprising of dedicated experts to ensure that all farmers’ needs in terms of equipment, spare parts and technical requirements are fully met.

Case IH stocks a substantial volume of high-quality parts for, amongst others, Case IH tractors and combines as well as many other types of agricultural equipment. Case IH dealerships furthermore have access to a wide range of implements supplied by NMI as well as CASE Construction equipment.

Naturally, a Case IH dealer is expected to promote the sales of Case IH products within an agreed territory, grow the market share of the company and to provide a timely, efficient and adequate genuine CNH Industrial parts and maintenance service to customers. The company supplies Case IH products on an exclusive basis to dealers for resale to customers, and spare parts and accessories on a non-exclusive basis.

New dealers will be required to meet certain minimum criteria and meet or exceed the Case IH Agriculture Dealer Standards, which will be supplied on request. This will include the provision of a display area or showroom, storage facilities, a workshop, general offices and parking facilities.

A dealer is required to install tools, machinery and equipment and fully equipped field service vehicles, prescribed as essential by the company of a quantity, quality and efficiency adequate to meet the normal servicing requirements of the products.

Among other benefits the company offers comprehensive marketing and promotion support, as well as retail finance solutions via a well-known finance bank, technical training, AMS customer and product backing, “AFS Connect” precision farming support, and a used products and parts division.

Recommended elements of the proposal, terms and conditions and other details of the submission process will also be supplied on request.

Interested individuals or companies are invited to contact the Head of Network Development, Leona Vermaak, by email at for more information.

Most Popular

Kouga Municipality acts against suspected illegal sale of electricity

THE Kouga Municipality says it has recently become aware of acts of fraud and corruption relating to the illegal sale of electricity and suspended...

President must announce incentives for electric vehicles

OPINION | ZERO Carbon Charge calls on President Ramaphosa to announce in his Opening of Parliament Address on Thursday that the new Government of...

Ngqura terminal to speed up with 50 new haulers

THE Ngqura Container Terminal (NCT) has taken delivery of 50 new haulers to increase citrus loading rates as mid-season approaches, Transnet’s Eastern Cape Terminals...

SIU authorised to probe Nelson Mandela Bay lights contract

THE Special Investigating Unit confirmed on Monday that President Cyril Ramaphosa has authorised the unit to investigate allegations of serious maladministration in the affairs...