Adjusting to the service realities caused by the Coronavirus pandemic, Stotz Equipment’s 18-person precision farming team has been able to maintain a high level of customer support, relying on telematic tools and proactive communication with farmers and also internally with each other. Changes implemented by Stotz Equipment in response to Covid-19 include, travel restrictions, employees being asked if they are not feeling well to work from home if possible and limited exposure to customers, requiring scheduled appointments with customers and permission to come onto the farm.

Source: Farm Equipment News

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