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CAN (BC): Lifetime warranty introduced for container farmers

FarmAnywhere, a Canadian farming solutions provider, announces a lifetime warranty on all its container farms. With this move, they are hoping to set a new industry standard for quality and assurance while reinforcing the company’s dedication to long-term sustainability and customer satisfaction.

“For too long, farmers globally have grappled with subpar equipment. Our lifetime warranty is a testament to our faith in our product’s quality and assurance to farmers that they can concentrate on growing food for their communities rather than stressing over equipment reliability,” stated Gabriel Zarafonitis, Co-Founder and CEO of FarmAnywhere.

What does it mean for customers?
By incorporating readily available components and expertise in system integration, FarmAnywhere ensures that farmers don’t need exclusive technology to access premier farming solutions. The company aspires to be an inspiration for the entire sector, emphasizing the importance of dependable, user-friendly products backed by an organization that genuinely cares for the success of farmers.

FarmAnywhere’s warranty covers every part of the container farms, from the structure to the advanced climate control systems, the state-of-the-art irrigation setup, and more. Should customers encounter defects or system hiccups, the company guarantees swift replacements, ensuring no disruptions.

For example, FarmAnywhere uses high-quality Italian-made irrigation pumps that cost upwards of $1200.00. In the past, a malfunction could severely impact a farmer’s monthly profits. Now, any issue will see the pump swiftly replaced at no cost, safeguarding those crucial profits.

For more information:
Cristine Marcello
[email protected]

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