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With the exception of Black Friday or festive sales, there is absolutely no chance you’re saving on something brand new! Even despite these offerings, the chances of getting any massive discounts that are worth even qualifying for ‘savings’ is an extremely rare case, if possible at all. Or is it? Or, perhaps even more importantly, is it necessary? Will it help? Let’s break it down one by one.
Savings, for both short and long-term investments, comes primarily in two forms, as far as the regularity of said savings is concerned. The first, is where a brand/outlet/online platform offers a limited-time sale (or discount) on a specific range of their products, or maybe all of their offerings on occasions like Black Friday and festive offers as mentioned before. The other kind is when a particular company, brand, outlet or platform has figured out a way to sustain their production and profits after selling their products/services at less than competitive prices. This means that the company in question would be cutting costs on basic things like transportation and storage (an added advantage almost all online e-commerce platforms enjoy), that results in the M.R.P or the Maximum Retail Price of a product/service actually being much, much lower than any of its competitors.
But, this is only possible through digital purchases right? After all, any physical product needs the transportation and storage to be able to reach from the manufacturer to the end consumer in the first place. While that is completely true, the question is, is there a way to make buying brand new products, physical products, more affordable for the everyday consumer?
To answer this question, let us take a look at agriculture. India’s primary sector since its independence in 1947. In the 21st century, for the duties and obligations a modern farmer has, they can do with every bit of saving opportunity that comes their way. So, how does one make a product that helps farmers save? Well, the most important thing to remember is that almost any product farmers buy will be for long-term use, i.e., they will most likely be making heavy investments either for the season, or for many years to come, especially in the heavy duty machinery and equipment department. So, what’s the solution?
The solution is Digitrac. A subsidy of the Escorts Ltd. brand, it’s an all-round product and service company that provides the best farming solutions for farmers across the globe, all exclusively online. This means that any and all consumers get access to the possibility to buy a tractor on loan and choose from countless options when they buy tractor insurance online. The best part about this is that the buying process hasn’t even started but farmers are already saving! But when it comes to actually purchasing one of Digitrac’s latest tractors for sale, they’re getting the benefit of choosing from the best tractor models in India along with some great tractor attachments to add on. But that’s not the end of it. After their purchase, farmers can get tractor repair for whenever they need it and a second-hand tractor price calculator for when a farmer might be looking to sell their tractors, giving them the best market price (along with the best margins) possible.
These are the reasons why Digitrac has quickly become the one-stop shop of the best tractors in India and remains on a winning streak ever since stepping into business of not only providing farmers with the best tractors in the country, but also providing them with up-to-date expert advice on farming in general, and especially a deep dive into the best use of their tractors, implements and accessories.
So, is it possible to buy a new tractor and save on your very first purchase? Absolutely, with Digitrac, you’re buying online, directly from the company and which gives any and every farmer the opportunity to save big in the absence of transportation and storage costs incurred when shipping to dealers.