How to Become a Massey Ferguson Dealer

The Massey Ferguson brand has been owned by the AGCO Company since 1994. With production plants located in North and South America and Europe, Massey Ferguson is one of the world’s leading producers of lawn, garden and farm tractors, according to the AGCO website. The company boasts that it continually works to improve their products, such as the satellite-based Auto-Guide automatic-steering system. Becoming a dealer provides your business with an opportunity for growth.

Go to AGCO’s website and complete the “Contact” screen. This is the first step in applying to be a Massey Ferguson dealer.

Click the drop-down menu and choose “Dealer Opportunities” from the list. Enter your name, business name, address, telephone numbers and email address.

Choose a time that is best for a dealer representative to contact you. Complete the form by including your occupation, referral source and business information. Type a comment stating “Please have a dealer representative contact me at his convenience.” Submit the form.

Gather your business-license and tax information, including your tax-identification number and previous year's tax return. This prepares you for the telephone interview required to become a Massey Ferguson dealer.

Answer the questions, such as how long you have operated a business and what other types of tractors you sell, when the dealer representative calls. Request an application via postal mail or email.

Complete the application. Answer the questions regarding your personal finances, business finances, such as capital gains or losses, and future business plans.

Submit the application, along with a completed W-9 form and copy of your business license to:

AGCO 4205 River Green Parkway Duluth, GA 30096

Tips

  • Obtain the telephone number and contact information for your dealer representative. You can contact her if you have questions regarding the application process or to check the status.

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