Great Plains UK has announced the launch of its 2016 ‘out-of-season’ retail finance programme, which offers customers an attractive incentive for ordering their Great Plains equipment early with a choice of competitive interest-free payment plans.
Available across the full range of Great Plains UK-built tillage and seeding machinery, customers who place their orders between October 1st and November 30th 2016 can benefit from a package that enables them to spread the cost of their new equipment over 3 equal annual payments, the first of which is not required until November 2017, at 0% flat rate per annum.
Alternatively, customers who order their new Great Plains machines by the end of December this year can spread their repayments over 2 years, also at 0% flat rate per annum. Here too, the first payment is paused until November 2017.
A further option allows customers who order their new equipment by the final shut-off date of December 31st to go ‘off scheme’ and discuss, with their Great Plains dealer, how they can tailor their own plan using the subsidy available at the time of order.
The scope of this year’s finance programme and the improved terms reflect Great Plains readiness to listen to and respond to changing customer needs as David Holmes, Sales Director for Great Plains UK Ltd., explains: “There is a real incentive for ordering early with three annual payments instead of two, and the programme overall is extended over three months. The competitiveness and flexibility of the programme demonstrates our continued commitment to customers looking for additional support to help them invest in the new equipment they need in what has been a challenging economic environment for farmers across the UK.
“In the past year we have launched the all-new range of X-Press VX short disc harrows, together with grain and fertiliser variants of our highly successful Saxon minimal disturbance and Centurion cultivator drills. These new drills are designed with the focus on flexibility to meet virtually every need – from no-till and high trash conditions with low disturbance to plough based and cover crops with spring or later autumn drilling for grass weed control. The full line-up of Saxon and Centurion drills, along with all UK-built Great Plains cultivators, are available on this year’s finance programme.”