Fram Farmers strikes new deal with vehicle provider TysonCooper

Fram Farmers, a farmer-owned cooperative which operates throughout the UK has announced a new agreement under which it will outsource the purchasing of cars, pick-ups and vans on behalf of its members to nationwide vehicle specialists TysonCooper. 

“We are delighted with this arrangement, which builds on the long-standing working relationship between the two organisations,” Tom Mountain, Fram Farmers Machinery Buyer, states. “TysonCooper specialise in delivering exclusive discounts and offers across a wide range of vehicles for personal and business use. They have an excellent reputation for their expertise and outstanding service in this sector, which will allow our members to benefit from highly-attractive fleet terms on a wide range of vehicles, delivered through the outlet of their choice, with discounts passed on in full and no additional charges.

“Vehicles can be one of the largest expenses and risks for any business, while sourcing them through the usual dealership route can be time consuming, frustrating, inconvenient and demanding, our new scheme provides a hassle-free way for members to quickly and simply secure the best deals in the market. How much they save will depend on the make, model and specification, but it will certainly be significantly more than any dealer could offer.”

“Like everything else that Fram Farmers provides this new service is completely independent, fully transparent and focused entirely on delivering the best-possible outcome for our members, who can achieve even greater savings by arranging insurance cover for their new vehicles through Fram Farmers Insurance.”

To use the vehicle sourcing service, Fram Farmers members simply call TysonCooper. The Suffolk-based company has a team of experts with in-depth knowledge of the market, works with all the major manufacturers/dealers in the UK and has comprehensive insider information on specifications, deals and discounts.  

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