In its Monday press release, VST Tillers Tractors Ltd (VST), one of India’s leading agricultural equipment manufacturers, announced a unique offer of up to 100% financing for its wide range of brush cutters. Under this program, customers will only have to pay Re1 as a down payment for the brand new brush cutter equipped with the latest technology suitable for Indian farms. The balance can be adjusted in monthly installments within 2 to 12 months. VST brush cutters are equipped with Walbro carburetor, NGK spark plug and are very durable, hassle free and easy to use.
This program is available to all customers, all they need to do is pay Re1 to the dealer via their debit or credit card and own the VST range of brush cutters. VST has partnered with India’s leading financial services companies to execute this offering. Customers can take advantage of the offer at more than 500 VST dealerships across the country.
VST brush cutters are mainly used for floriculture, paddy harvesting, horticulture, lawns, orchards and resorts. The product is highly compatible with special attachments such as 2-point blade, 3-point blade, hoe cutter, metal blade cutter, paddy guard, nylon, and is widely used for operations cutting, weeding, trimming and grass trimming.
Commenting on the offer, Mr. Antony Cherukara, CEO of VST Tillers Tractors Ltd, said that the company is committed to providing farming facility to Indian farming community. Indian farmers face challenges such as high cost of labor, low awareness of agricultural mechanization, lack of availability, affordability and accessibility to modern agricultural solutions.
VST Tiller & Tractors was established in 1967 by the VST group of companies. VST is engaged in the manufacture of tillers, compact 4WD tractors and is among the leading producers of other categories of tractors, engines, transmissions, mowers and precision components. VST is also an exporter of products to European, Asian and African markets.
VST Tillers is currently trading at Rs3,036.40 up Rs54.35 or 1.82% from its previous close of Rs2,982.05 on BSE. The certificate opened at Rs2,993.25 and touched an intraday high and low of Rs3,043.25 and Rs2,993.25 respectively.