International Tractors (ITL), a leading tractor manufacturer and export brand has expanded its product offering under the Solis Yanmar brand portfolio with the launch of its new YM3 tractor series.
Solis Yanmar has introduced two new tractors – YM 342A and YM 348A, which are built with diesel engine expertise of Yanmar, and is said to meet Indian farmer requirements and conditions. The YM3 tractor range gets features like world-class engine, fully synchromesh gear, push button operated PTO and carries optimum weight to address both farming as well as special application needs of farmers.
The company says even before being launched in India, the YM3 tractor range has been globally successful in the export markets like Thailand, South-East Asian countries, Europe, Brazil as well as US markets. The Yanmar YM3 series features aerodynamic hornet design with ergonomically designed 4-way adjustable seat and power steering for comfort. The tractor powerhouse is a 4-cylinder engine with Monoplunger FIP and feather touch 8F + 8R shuttle shift transmission, coupled with balancer shafts to eliminate noise and vibration for superior performance.
Raman Mittal, joint MD, International Tractors said, “After the tremendous response to our Solis range of tractors since its launch in 2019, we are now launching the Yanmar tractor range with the YM3 tractor 4WD series which is a clear reflection of advanced Japanese engineering. The tractors are optimally designed with world’s best Supernova engine by Yanmar. The YM3 series tractors are fully designed with top end features to offer extraordinary performance and safety without compromising farmer’s comfort. Our engineers have made sure that the YM series tractors deliver zero noise and vibration so as to allow long, fatigue-free working hours under diverse operations.”
Akihiko Hiraoka, chief marketing officer, Yanmar Holdings said, "YM3 series tractors which are developed with the expertise from both Solis (ITL) as well as Yanmar team will be manufactured at the ITL’s plant in Hoshiarpur, Punjab. "