REESINK BRINGS FARMTRAC TRACTORS TO UK
Powerful, competitively priced tractors for agricultural market
From left to right, Yogesh Khattar, head of Farmtrac Europe; Rajiv Wahi, chief executive of Farmtrac International Business; David Cole, managing director of Reesink; and Vinayak Bhardwaj, regional manager of Farmtrac Europe.
Reesink UK is expanding into new markets with the arrival of the Farmtrac tractor range to its product portfolio.
Farmtrac is seen by Reesink as the perfect addition to broaden the range available in the tractor market for small holdings, small farms, equestrian centres, contractors and large estates.
Steven Haynes, sales manager at Reesink, says: “We were looking to bring to the UK market a tractor range that designed to offer performance and value while being simple and intuitive to operate. Farmtrac products deliver on all these points and more.”
Manufactured by Escorts Group, India’s third largest tractor manufacturer and in the world’s top ten, the 20-113hp Farmtrac range will launch at LAMMA 2020.
The tractors incorporate word class components including transmissions designed and produced by Carraro and hydraulic systems from MITA, to deliver a superior performance whether cultivating soil, mowing or towing trailers. The engines are designed to meet the relevant emission standards with stage V products currently under development. All models feature independent rear PTO, and mid PTO is available on tractors equipped with HST transmission.
Up to five-years warranty, an industry first, supports the launch of most of the range into the UK market, giving customers significant peace of mind.
Steven continues: “When the opportunity came about to meet with Farmtrac it didn’t take any of us long to realise the great potential this brand will have in the UK marketplace. It brings more choice to the market sector looking for a competent but ‘no-frills’ tractor range, bringing substance at a great price.”
The addition of Farmtrac to the Reesink portfolio sees the company expand its sectors of interest into the agricultural market.