The 5 different series launched at ITL’s ‘Global Partners Summit (GPS) 200’ in Gurugram on Sunday come with compact designs and advanced emission control systems that comply with the norms of such advanced markets as the US and Europe to meet varied customer requirements, the company said.
The unveiling occurred at ITL’s Global Partners Summit (GPS) 200 in Gurugram, attended by over 200 channel partners from different countries.
The newly introduced tractor lineup includes the Series S, Series C, Series H, Series N, and the SV series. The company’s media release highlighted that all these tractors have an advanced emission control system. The electric variant boasts consistent superior torque and can be fully charged in 3-3.5 hours with a fast charger or 8 hours with a standard charger.
With its manufacturing foundation in India and a global network of 3,000 dealers, ITL provides products at competitive prices to farmers worldwide. The Series H, S, and Solis SV models are available globally. However, the Series C is tailored for European markets, while the Series N is designed for Europe, the USA, Africa, and South America.
Sushant Sagar Mittal, ITL’s executive director, expressed the company’s dedication to innovation and its commitment to the global farming community. He mentioned an investment of INR 850 crore in a new plant for technology enhancement and INR 150 crore in R&D for the new tractor series.
Rahul Mittal, another Executive Director at ITL, emphasized the company’s unique approach of blending European design with Japanese quality, all at Indian production costs. He credited their network of channel partners and their growth-oriented mindset for shaking up the global tractor industry. Their primary goal is to aid farmers worldwide in enhancing their productivity through innovation. Gaurav Saxena, the Director and CEO of International Business at ITL, stated that the company is committed to the global agricultural community. The new tractor series aims to solidify its global standing, reach more customers, and explore new market segments with the support of its dealer network.
ITL is a dominant player in over 15 countries, including Hungary, Portugal, and Germany. The company exports tractors with advanced technology, ranging from 16 HP to 125 HP, to more than 150 countries.