On January 29,
2015 one of India’s leading tractor manufacturers, Escorts Limited launched its
most effective tractors – the Farmtrac Heritage Series at the East Africa Agri
Business Exhibition 2015. H E Mohamed Gharib Bilal, Vice President, United
Republic of Tanzania unveiled the 6075 four wheel drive (4WD) tractor. The
Farmtrac Heritage Series will usher in a generation of change in the tractor
market in Tanzania and contribute towards an agricultural evolution.
Farmtrac 6075 has
been built for tough front and reverse haulage operations. The tractor has been
made for rural roads offering good value for money to its owners. Escorts claim
the ergonomically engineered Farmtrac Heritage 6075 to be one of the most fuel
efficient vehicles in its class. The vehicle makes for a more economical
proposition than the two wheel drive tractors which are currently being sold in
that market. The manufacturers claim that the vehicle delivers maximum control
over the machine and offers a safe driving experience as well. The Farmtrac
Heritage 6075 from Escorts is expected to revolutionise the sub
80hp farm market through a world class product which has been priced
Vice President International Business, Escorts Agri Machinery, said, “The Escorts
group has more than 2000 satisfied customers in Tanzania. We are proud to have
an opportunity to bring our tractors under the ‘Kilimo Kwanza’ (Agriculture
First) program which will help Tanzania in becoming a food surplus country. To
further improve the ties with Tanzania, I am delighted to announce the launch
of our premium range of powerful and fuel efficient Farmtrac Heritage tractors.
These vehicles have been ergonomically engineered and designed specifically for
the African market. The Farmtrac Heritage 6075 tractor is best suited for
Tanzania’s farmers who need maximum productivity along with harvest benefits.
We hope that our products will help us to achieve the shared vision of a
prosperous and bountiful Tanzania.”
Sales Manager, Noble Motors Limited said, "We are delighted to bring the
Farmtrac Heritage Series of tractors to Tanzanian farmers. I am positive that
these tractors will enable our farmers to work more and earn more.” The launch will
be followed by a road show which will move across the country from January 31 to
February 8, 2015. It will start from Dar-Es-Salaam and will end in Hanang.
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