Agrimach Zambia Limited has been officially appointed as the new Case IH dealer for Zambia. The dynamic team combines trusted experience with a passion for customer service. Customers will also benefit from purpose-built facilities in Lusaka and Mkushi.
Agrimach Zambia Limited has been appointed as the new Case IH dealer for Zambia, providing sales and service support for a wide range of Case IH equipment and machinery.
Customers throughout Zambia will benefit from purpose-built dealership facilities in both Lusaka, the country’s business capital, and Mkushi, Zambia’s farming hub. The facilities include a showroom, workshop and parts department.
Agrimach has recruited dynamic new team members as well as retaining the management team from the previous Zambian Case IH dealership, combining trusted experience in Case IH agricultural machinery sales and servicing with a passion for customer satisfaction.
A proudly Zambian company, Agrimach Zambia Limited was founded in December 2020 by Gregg Badcock, Michael Woolley, Phillip Iwan Evans, David Badcock, and Jeremy Badcock.
Agrimach Sales Director, Michael Woolley, said he is delighted to be working with Case IH.
“We are proud to be working with Case IH, with 179 years of experience in the business, the quality of the brand is excellent,” he said. “Case IH offers a wide range of machines, enabling us to provide tailored solutions to our customers.”
“Case IH’s parts availability and technical support on everything from the oldest to the latest models ensures I can confidentially sell a machine that will be a reliable, long-term investment for a customer’s business for many years to come,” he said.
Agrimach Board Chairman, Gregg Badcock, said Agrimach takes a proactive and hands-on approach to service delivery, with customer satisfaction at the heart of their business.
“Our highly motivated, well-trusted and dynamic team will offer customers first-class sales and service facilities throughout Zambia,” he said.
“We make sure our customers’ machines are up and running when they are needed, and that their maintenance costs are reduced through our proactive maintenance programs at the beginning and end of each season.”