Chandigarh, November, 2014 - Escorts Ltd, the leading tractor manufacturer redefining farm mechanisation with path-breaking technology innovations, recently showcased the European version of its world-class new Farmtrac 6050 4x4, a part of the Heritage tractor series which offers safe haulage operations even in extreme conditions with extra power, style and comfort. "Having a successful foray at Agritechnica, the world's biggest exhibition for agricultural machinery and equipment at Hanover in Germany, Escorts' Farmtrac Heritage Series is set to overwhelm progressive farmers of Punjab with its outstanding features and performance," a press note stated.
The Heritage Series of tractor is crafted in collaboration with Escorts' subsidiary in Poland. With the European certification for this Farmtrac 6050 4x4 Heritage Series maturing to an advanced stage, brand Escorts is up for a global show on a sound keel. "Escorts has already received massive trade enquires in Europe and the company is eyeing the same from the markets in Punjab," the note adds. Displaying the Farmtrac 6050 4x4 tractor in its non-cabin version at the Agrotech in Chandigarh, Escorts has brought the 4x4 technology of high-end cars to tractors for Indian farmers.
"Championing traction over brute power and riding high on fine-tuned drawbar horse power, Farmtrac 6050 4x4 is a futuristic technological marvel that comes with improved productivity and safety. Delivering extra traction with better economics, this tractor is most suitable for all kind of agricultural and commercial haulage as well as multiple hard soil farm application," the note adds. Handing over the keys of Farmtrac 6050 4x4 tractors to Punjab farmers, S Sridhar, Chief Executive Officer, Escorts Agri Machinery, said "Escorts believes that Indian farmers deserve the world's best farm mechanisation solutions and the 4x4 technology is a part of that. The developed world has 4x4 tractors ruling 80 per cent of the market and we do not find any reason why should India be any different."