Case IH to train harvester operators in India

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Case IH launches  a new CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) initiative the “Unnat Kaushal-Sugarcane Harvester Operator Training.” The program has been introduced in collaboration with Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) in Baramati, Maharashtra for sugarcane harvester operators from all over India. The project aims to encourage sustainable sugarcane farming by training sugarcane farmers on the optimal use of harvesting equipment to improve overall efficiency and maximize machine uptime.

The initial batch had 150 farmers from villages of Baramati, Kolhapur, Satara and Sangli District. The five-day training program is set to educate 300 operators between 18 and 35 years of age with minimum education qualification. The program is geared towards providing them with employability skills and bridging the gap for skilled work force in the industry.

Sandeep Gupta, Agriculture India Sales and Dealer Development Leader, CNH Industrial said, “At CNH Industrial, we are committed in making a positive impact in the agricultural industry. With the Unnat Kaushal program, we aim to equip sugarcane harvester operators with the necessary skills and knowledge. This initiative will enable the farmers to operate the equipment efficiently leading to increased productivity, minimized costs, and ultimately, a sustainable farming system. We hope to impact many more farmers in the region through this initiative.”

The program is a part of company’s constant endeavours to educate farmers and operators, especially in the rural regions of India. Last year, as a part of their various CSR initiatives, the company has trained 600 farmers in Haryana and Uttar Pradesh on topics such as financial literacy, farm mechanization, biomass management and State agricultural subsidies. The training program is open to sugarcane harvester operators from all over India.

Case IH has been in mechanical sugarcane harvesting for nearly 80 years. The Austoft 4010 Maxx, available in India, is engineered for better cutting quality and improved productivity, with its lightweight and compact design providing sugarcane producers with more flexibility to harvest under various field conditions.


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