Solis Yanmar India breaches 13,000 tractor milestone in two years

The company has about 350 dealerships as of now.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 11 Apr 2022 Views icon5144 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
Solis Yanmar India breaches 13,000 tractor milestone in two years

Solis Yamnar, the flagship brand of International Tractors (ITL), a leading tractor manufacturer and exporter has announced that it breached a key milestone of rolling out of its 13,000th tractor in FY22, just two years after its debut in India.

At present, the company has 250 dealerships in India and Solis Yanmar claims that it is No #1 tractor brand in 7 European countries.

During the last two years, the company launched the YM3 tractor range in India; the Solis Hybrid was introduced in the country, which is said to be India’s first ever hybrid tractor along with many other advanced technology equipped tractors.

Raman Mittal, joint MD, Solis Yanmar, said, “It gives me immense pleasure to share that all our hard work over the last few years built a strong platform for us to achieve historical milestone of 13,000th tractor roll out in just two years of Indian market presence. Our joint venture with Yanmar continues to be fruitful and we are well positioned to capitalise on the 100 years heritage of Japanese technology.”

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