Escorts Kubota appoints Kenji Ennyu as Chief Officer in Operation Division

Ennyu has nearly three experience of nearly three decades. He joined the Kubota Corporation, Japan in 1995. He has completed his Bachelors in Machine and Engineering.

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Escorts Kubota appoints Kenji Ennyu as Chief Officer in Operation Division

Tractor and construction machinery major Escorts Kubota has appointed Kenji Ennyu as the Chief Officer in the Operation division (Senior Management).

His appointment, effective 1 April 2024, on a full-time basis, complies with Regulation 30 of SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015. 

Ennyu has nearly three experience of nearly three decades. He joined the Kubota Corporation, Japan in 1995. He has completed his Bachelors in Machine and Engineering.

Escorts Kubota in February 2024 sold 6,481 tractors as against 7,811 tractors sold in February 2023.

Domestic tractor sales in February 2024 were at 6,041 tractors as against 7,245 tractors sold in February 2023. Tractor sales dipped this month due to the continuing impact of uneven monsoon coupled with insufficient rainfall and diminished reservoir levels which impacted the Kharif output.

Anticipated improvements in the Rabi harvest and early signs of a normal monsoon next year are projected to enhance overall sentiments and drive an uptick in tractor sales in the next fiscal year.

Export tractor sales in February 2024 were at 440 as against 566 tractors sold in February 2023.

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