Agritech Corporation Provides Used Equipment Finding Service

Agritech Corporation Provides Used Equipment Finding Service

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Agritech offers a unique service of finding used equipment for farmers. This valuable service guarantees a farmer to acquire the used farm equipment they need.

Sugar City, USA – April 3, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Agritech Corporation gives assurance that the farmer’s equipment needs will be met. The unique service of finding equipment allows a farmer to locate a specific piece of equipment that is currently not in stock. The Agritech team reaches out to a network of contacts to locate any piece of equipment. This enables farmers to have less down time while locating or replacing equipment. “Agritech prides itself on being a one stop shop for potato equipment needs, if we don’t have it we will find it,” stated Evan Nyborg of Agritech Corporation.

To enquire about the equipment locating service by Agritech Corporation, please call: 866-257-8509, or contact them through their website. There is an option to sign up for a weekly email to be notified of all new inventory of used farm and potato equipment. Following Agritech on social media sites allow for up to date notification on recent used farm equipment inventory.

Agritech Corporation is a division of Logan Farm Equipment. This relationship ensures farmers that if a piece of used farm equipment does not exist, they can purchase it new or have an option of customized equipment from Logan Farm Equipment.

About Agritech Corporation:
Agritech Corporation specializes in buying, selling and trading used agricultural, farm and potato equipment. Their customers range from all 50 states as well as Canada and Mexico and reach as far as Chile, Australia, New Zealand and Russia. With 25 years of experience, a vast online used potato equipment inventory, and a skilled team of equipment experts, Agritech prides itself on being able to provide used or refurbished equipment for any customer. For more information visit, www.agritechcorp.com.

About Logan Farm Equipment:
Logan Farm Equipment is made by farmers for farmers. With simplified engineering it reduces costly down time by making repairs easy. Logan Farm Equipment stands behind their products and provides the best service and warranties in the industry. For more information visit, www.loganfarmequipment.com.

For more information about us, please visit http://agritechcorp.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Bruce Nyborg
Email: Bruce@agritechcorp.com
Address: 615 E 3rd North, Sugar City, Idaho 83448
Phone: 866-257-8509
Organization: Agritech Corporation

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