Getting the job done is important, and the job gets done faster when operator comfort is put front and center. By taking advantage of intuitively built equipment, you can make everyday operations more convenient and give yourself — and the rest of your team — a much-needed productivity boost to get more tasks done in less time.
Preventing operator discomfort
Nothing slows down productivity like an ill-designed, uncomfortable operating experience. A cramped cab with poor visibility won’t just make getting work done harder — it’ll take longer, too. Out in the field, poorly designed equipment can lead to crop damage, faster wear and tear and, ultimately, higher operator turnover.
On the other hand, equipment that’s comfortable and convenient removes stress from operators who are already working hard to make the most out of every hour in the day. That’s especially important during planting, harvest and other high-uptime seasons when the job at hand is consistently demanding. Over time, quality-of-life features on tractors and other farm equipment — such as cool cabs, great visibility, intuitive controls, steering wheel comfort and ergonomic designs — add up for a much-needed productivity boost during peak operating windows.
That’s why it pays to invest in a fleet that’s going to help you and your team get the job done as effectively as possible — because every minute counts, and none of them should be spent dealing with unintuitive, uncomfortable and inconvenient equipment.
Equipment that’s built with comfort in mind
For everyday chores and operations, it pays to invest in a tractor that’s both comfortable and versatile. Maxxum® and Puma® series tractors have always been known for efficient service and flexibility, yet new updates make them even more comfortable for all kinds of operators. Features such as a leather-bound steering wheel and cool box make for comfortable in-cab conditions during long days, while enhancements such as LED safety lights, new rearview mirrors and low-mount wipers make for greater visibility for out in the field.Click here to see more...