Thai recognition for CNH

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Reflecting on the award, Chun Woytera commented: “At CNH, we believe in and are committed to the future of agriculture. Through FFT, CNH has the opportunity for academic collaboration and to ensure that Thailand’s future farmers can access advanced farming technologies and insights. It’s an honor to be among Thailand’s trusted education, technology and training partners. We thank Her Royal Highness for recognizing and sponsoring the critical role that FFT plays in fostering an innovative, sustainable, and inclusive future for agriculture.”

CNH representatives delivered training on its latest innovation and technology. The company has also donated tractors, combines, and sugarcane harvesters to Thailand’s agricultural and vocational training institutions.

“It is heartening to see the strong commitment and concrete contribution of partners including CNH. We are grateful for their support in preparing aspiring farmers for the demands of modern agriculture,” said Mr Thongarb Boon-ard, Director of Nakhon Sawan College of Agriculture and Technology and Northern Region Leader, FFT.

The five-day event in Lamphun provided a vibrant platform for Thailand’s agricultural and vocational technology institutions. CNH showcased technology at the fair’s agriculture exhibition. Other featured activities for students, the farming community, and the general public included professional skills competitions, an innovation challenge, and a wide range of cultural and recreational contests.

Future Farmers of Thailand is inspired by the American National FFA Organization. Formerly known as Future Farmers of America, FFA is the United States’ premier youth organization preparing members for leadership and careers in the science, business, and technology of agriculture. Through its brands, CNH has supported FFA for over 75 years and remains a prominent partner for the organization.

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