Launching Machine Guard extended warranty
Today marks the official launch of Machine Guard, the new extended warranty product from EPG Global, the only warranty provider dedicated to the agricultural, construction and groundscare industries.
Machine Guard extended warranty covers the cost of getting essential agricultural, construction and groundscare machinery up and running again as quickly as possible following sudden or unforeseen mechanical or electrical breakdown, saving both time and money for customers and dealerships alike. Machine Guard extended warranty replaces the company’s Metal Master extended warranty product which had been running successfully for a number of years.
Holly Shepherd, EPG Global Managing Director, commented:
“With manufacturer factory warranties on new machinery commonly expiring at 12 months and at just 3 months for used machinery, those working in the agricultural, construction and groundscare industries run the risk of significant financial loss over the lifetime of a machine in the event of outage or failure. Machine Guard extended warranty protects against this risk. We have not only chosen a new name – Machine Guard – as a much clearer explanation of the product, but also made it simpler and easier to get the right coverage for business-critical machinery, either through our new website or from our team of industry experts.
“At a time when the agricultural and construction industries are set to play a vital role in the post COVID-19 economic recovery, we believe this is the right time to launch our improved extended warranty offering to ensure that those working in the sectors have the reassurance and peace of mind that the machinery assets are protected.
“Available at a fraction of the cost of common component repairs, Machine Guard extended warranty is the ideal solution to protect machinery assets over the long term and, at the same time, add resale value to registered machines. Our extended warranty is transferable to subsequent owners, thereby increasing the asset value for previous owners.”