Since its foundation in 1936, ASA-LIFT has enjoyed a reputation of quality, innovation and good craftsmanship. Production started mainly to serve the needs of local farmers. Then during the 1950’s the production run of machines was manufactured and in the 1960’s ASA-LIFT produced the world’s very first hydraulic harvester. Read More
Welcome to Morningdew Farms
Morningdew Farms are the leading distributors of agricultural equipment, machinery and agricultural requisites in South Africa, importing only the finest machinery from the best brands in the industry such as Asa-Lift, Struik and Ferrari to name a few. Register an account on our website to stay informed and to post ads in our new Morningdew Farms Classifieds section!
For our customers, working with us at Morningdew Farms means always getting the best conceivable service in every aspect of their agricultural requirements, our flexible organisation of committed employees responsible for quick decisions, means our clients receive information related to queries speedily. Our strength is in the fact that our competent staff always carry the client’s best interests at heart.
Technical support and spares
Quick technical support and skilled problem solving is crucial to minimise operational disturbances and ensure the eradication of unnecessary downtime. Through our technical support, our customers get immediate expert advice and assistance whenever they require it. Morningdew Farms also holds an extensive range of spares.
Customers requiring assistance relating to the practical operation of their products obtained from Morningdew Farms are provided with a customised training presentation that is relevant to their operating environment. We as a norm offer customised training for operators as well as service staff in conjunction with delivery of all newly supplied agricultural equipment.
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