AgroCentre – a paragon for everyone
AgroCentre has participated in an annual dealer conference devoted to Massey Ferguson machinery. AGCO corporation, the event organiser and the manufacturer itself, rated highly the dealer’s performance in Russia for the last year, having rewarded it with ten prizes in various nominations.
For two decades in a row, AgroCentre has provided Russian farmers with state-of-the-art agricultural machinery and equipment, helped to employ cutting-edge technologies and to increase production efficiency. During this period, the dealer has landed a wealth of farming vehicles on Russian fields amounting to thousands of units.
In total, 15 dealers attended the conference. AgroCentre was bestowed with 15 awards including the prize nomination ‘For the right approach to after-sales and technical support 24/7 all year round’.
‘This approach is based on the following principle: the company sticks to the highest standards servicing its clients seven days a week and quickly responds to call-outs from different operations’, relates Sergey Lomantsov, Executive Director of AgroCentreLiski. ‘In addition, there is always a plentiful amount of spare parts in our warehouse facilities and our engineers regularly receive trainings.’
AgroCentreLiski was also awarded for gaining a high market share of Massey Ferguson 6713 units. According to estimates, its fellow branch AgroCentreZakharovo could boast a fair market share of some other tractors as well.
‘AgroCentre has been fully armed for the upcoming season: the spare part warehouses have all the necessary items and we timely supply sowing, tillage machinery and self-propelled models’, comments Nikolay Ivanishchev, Director General of AgroCentre-Holding. ‘Dealerships and workshops are easily accessible, which means our on-call specialists will be able to reach the clients quickly. One of such dealerships, occupying an area of 1,500 square metres, operates in Krasnodar area near M4 highway, a major traffic artery linking Moscow, Voronezh, Rostov-on-Don and Krasnodar.’