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17 Nov 2021

Three Reasons Farmers are Switching to Plug&Cool®

Three Reasons Farmers are Switching to Plug&Cool®
Plug&Cool Fans
Farmers across the UK are switching their grain cooling products to Plug&Cool®. The company has been manufacturing cooling fans for nearly thirty years and has an engineering background, so it has plenty of experience to guarantee the success of the Plug&Cool® range.

Farmers are switching as they are finding the range better value for money, with no compromise on quality.

48% of Plug&Cool’s business this year is new business, often switching from leading competitors.

There are three main reasons that farmers have given as to why they are choosing Plug&Cool®:

1. The new website makes it quick and easy to get the products you want. It’s the only website of its kind where you buy your grain cooling products directly from the manufacturers.

2. The quality of the range is second to none, farmers are finding the products to be a similar quality or better than competition, but at a friendly price point.

3. The new range of pedestals, launched last year, have been a huge success. They are exclusive to Plug&Cool® and manufactured in the UK at their Essex workshop. Farmers are wanting to switch to see the improved efficiency of the newly designed pedestal.

‘We appreciate the level of trust we get from our customers; they are trusting the quality of our fans with one of their most precious and valuable resources. There is no point gambling with your grain when you could simplify by using one range’, says Matthew Gibbons, Managing Director of Plug&Cool® ‘we put our customers first, and word spreads around in the farming community’

As a third-generation, family-run company with over 50 years of business experience, the Gibbons family launched Plug&Cool® in 2017. They have been manufacturing cooling fans for nearly 30 years, so branching out into the agricultural sector with a full product line was the next natural step in their journey. Plug&Cool® is now used in farms across the UK and Europe.


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