Zetor in new drive to boost its Irish sales tally
McHale Plant Sales, the distributor for Zetor, Merlo and Komatsu in Ireland, is putting a big push on Zetor sales especially – with a series of finance deals on its agri lines.
Commercial manager for the company, Darragh O’Driscoll, said that these deals are aimed at helping those “whose purchasing capacity may not yet have returned to pre-recession level”.
Meanwhile, on Merlo telehandlers, a 0% finance package applies on all agri-spec machines, on the conditions that the term must be for three years and the required amount is within a maximum 50% of the list price.
“Customised” arrangements can be made for Komatsu, which are available across the range at rates of between 2.5% and 4.0%, while a special four-year deal at 2.8% APR is on offer for the new Komatsu PC 138 excavator.
According to the company, finance is also available on second-hand machinery – across all its brands and product ranges.
McHale Plant Sales’ legacy
McHale Plant Sales was established in 1952. The company became the Komatsu distributor for Ireland in 1994, while it became the Zetor distributor for both Northern Ireland and the Republic in 2011. The machinery firm also supplies Merlo telehandlers and Metso mining equipment.
With headquarters in Birdhill, Co. Tipperary, the business also has premises in Greenogue Business Park, Rathcoole, Co.Dublin.