Case Ih Combine Harvesters 23/02/2008
Case IH has seen a big increase in profits in its UK market place for the financial year of 2007, it was announced last month. The strong performance in the UK and ROI in 2007 was attributed to a strong increase in sales growth in its tractor sales and Case combine harvester sales. The profits saw an increase of 22% in tractor sales while Case combine harvester retail sales more than doubled compared to 2006. The strong performance increase has also been attributed to the addition of new dealerships throughout the UK with six new dealers set up in 2007 and six more dealers that are currently in the process of joining the network. The UK Business Director for Case IH, Matthew Foster says the brands profits can be traced to the release of a new series in products and equipment. Case combine harvesters has had an excellent sales year thanks to new and improved products backed by bespoke retail finance offers. Our customers get the machines they want with finance offers. Our customers get the machines they want with finance packages tailored to their business requirements. And with more and more dealers joining our network, many from competing brands, our territory coverage is growing rapidly.
The company has also seen an increasing demand for the Case rotary combine harvester which has meant more customers are flocking to their closest Case dealership. Business Director Matthew Foster said, Case IH has been developing Axial Flow technology for more than 30 years and farmers recognize that Case IH is the rotary specialist. Our latest AF7010, AF8010 and AF9010 combines launched last year were demonstrated in a month-long program during harvest 2007 and their performance and productivity has impressed many farmers and contractors.