Escorts Limited, India’s
leading tractor manufacturer, along with Tata International, its Cambodian
business partners for tractors, has launched their exclusive Farmtrac showroom
in Kampong Thom Province, Cambodia. This is the latest showroom after their
benchmarked exclusive set up in Phnom Penh and many other franchise sales &
service points across the nation. With state-of-art farm technology, modern features,
and stylish looks, Farmtrac tractor being retailed from these showrooms are now
set to revolutionise the retailing format in Cambodian tractor market.
The new Farmtrac showroom in
Kampong Thom province will offer four wheeled tractors that range from 45 HP to
80 HP. Launch of this Farmtrac outlet is a boon for Cambodian farmers engaged
in cultivation of paddy, sugarcane, palm and rubber plantations in the country.
Escorts Ltd. has already sold more than a million tractors worldwide and is now
eyeing Cambodia with a long term strategic perspective on entire South East
Rajesh Kumar, Vice President
International Business, Escorts Agri Machinery said, “With the inauguration of
this Farmtrac Sales-Service- spares facility in partnership with Tata
International, Escorts reinforces its commitment to Cambodian farmers of
bringing prosperity and livelihood to their doorstep. The new Farmtrac outlet
is aimed towards setting new standards of customer delight by making available
a host of world class agri machinery solution in upcountry location”
Omega Seiki Mobility (OSM), a part of the Anglian Omega Group has announced a joint venture with iM3NY, a prominent battery technology player in the US, to bring battery cell technology in the Indian ...
Continental is promoting the development and use of open source software. The technology company has adopted a manifesto that emphasises its commitment to collaborative work with Free and Open Source ...
Nearly 50 DHL Express vans will begin running on the Michelin UPTIS airless tyre to make last-mile deliveries in Singapore by the end of 2023. The pilot programme begins with the first vehicles making...