John Deere India Private Limited, a
subsidiary of Deere & Company, USA, launched the CH 330, a sugarcane
harvester specifically designed to excel in the Indian farming conditions, at
the EIMA Agrimach 2013, New Delhi.
“John Deere began designing the CH330 Sugar
Cane Harvester, as a result of customer needs and their expectation for
harvesting solutions”, said Jeffery Freyou, Global Product Marketing Manager.
“The need was very clear in terms of capability to harvest heavy crops,
maneuverability in smaller plots, cleaner cane, and enhanced performance. We
listened and responded with a harvesting solution that meets these requests
while providing state of the art efficiency, the best cost per ton, less than
three years to payback, and John Deere Quality”, said Satish Nadiger, Managing
Director of John Deere India.
The product was unveiled by Minister of
State for Agriculture and Food Processing, Tariq Anwar who handed over the keys
to the customers from Maharashtra.
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