De Lage Landen Pty Ltd (DLL), works closely with the agricultural industry to help dealers and farmers acquire new and used ag equipment to help their operations meet their goals. It’s a solid financing relationship set on a foundation of over 40 years’ industry experience.
“We are proud of our agricultural heritage which is absolutely core to our business. Supporting equipment manufacturers and their dealer channel is in our DNA. We are also strong and committed supporters of the TMA and the role that it plays in our industry,” says Managing Director of DLL, Michael McInerney.
DLL’s support of TMA and its relationship with the world’s leading manufacturers of farm machinery showcases the company’s dedication to staying in tune with the industry’s needs, as well as its ebbs and flows.
Part of working in the agricultural sector is understanding that it is highly seasonal. DLL takes this seasonality into account with its flexible repayment structures. DLL is not affiliated with any specific brand or equipment type – so they are able to help customers get the best equipment for their operation, regardless of brand, and provide the best advice to help customers meet their objectives with customised financing plans to suit each customer’s goals.
DLL is part of the Global Rabobank Group and provide financial support to the complete ag equipment supply chain – from the farmers who need the latest equipment for their operations, to the vendors who need to get the latest models into their showrooms right through to the manufacturers and distributors.
Since its establishment in the Netherlands in 1969, DLL have developed an unrivalled in-depth knowledge of the market. The ANZ branch was established in 2002 to address a clear gap in the local market for vendor financing and since that time DLL has grown exponentially.
DLLs vendors/dealers and their customers know they are working with a partner that understands the inevitable ups and downs of the agriculture business and will always be there supporting them in the good and, more importantly, not so good times.