New Holland Agriculture has been awarded with Best Tractor in 31-40 HP category for the New Holland 3037 TX 4WD tractor at the fourth Farm Power Awards in India. The New Holland Roll-Bar 125 Round Baler also won the Best Launch of the Year (Implement) at the awards.
Organized annually, the Farm Power Awards honours the efforts of the OEMs and institutions that has led to significant contributions in the industry and have impacted the lives of farmers.
Honored by the recognition, Mr. Gagan Pal- Director Agriculture Brand India, CNH Industrial, said “At New Holland Agriculture, we are committed to offering quality products for the Indian farmers that are also technologically advanced. Beyond the existing products, the brand is also dedicated to investing resources to develop sustainable solutions for the industry. We are delighted to have received this award and are further invigorated to continue providing best-in-class machines and help develop the sector in India.”
The award winning New Holland 3037 TX 4WD is a powerful tractor that offers features in the 31-40 HP segment with a combination of power, fuel efficiency, comfort and styling. The tractor performs varied applications and implements and comes along with paddy special features. Its features and paddy specialty makes 3037 suitable to perform like a 50-55HP tractor. The 4WD makes it suitable for puddling & heavy-duty applications. It features first-in-segment EPTRAA PTO that offers Economy and reverse PTO with independent clutch lever that helps suitability with variety of implements and higher productivity.
The New Holland Roll-Bar 125 Round Baler is one of the latest offerings by New Holland. The baler is awarded best in class in India and is durable with special straw design as per Indian field conditions. It consists of a typical fixed chamber round baler that is used to bale hay/ crop residue, to make high density round bales of 125 cm diameter and 120 cm width and around 250-350 kg weight. The new design baler with improvements is effective in paddy straw baling in North India. It can help reduce the impact of crop residue burning on the environment by conserving the biomass for power production, CBG production, Ethanol or the solid pellets in power plants.