Shaktiman meets global distributors

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The gathering brought together 150 international partners and dealers from 60+ different countries. Over five days, participants immersed themselves in the world of Shaktiman, experiencing the brand’s heritage, innovation, and commitment.

The event commenced with a tour of Shaktiman’s facilities in Rajkot (Gujarat, India), including the Product Expo Area. Attendees explored 100+ Shaktiman products, including specialized harvesters, rotary tillers, rotary slashers, planters, sprayers, and silage balers.

Furthermore, Shaktiman Chairman Mr. Ashwin Gohil, unveiled the L.S. Gohil Learning Academy educational center. Honoring the visionary founder of the company, late Shri Ladhubhai S. Gohil, the Academy is dedicated to serving as the company’s hub for knowledge and skill development.

Furthermore the conference was focusing on Shaktiman’s goals for expansion. Speakers of the company, including Mr. Hashmukh Gohil, Managing Director of Shaktiman, and Mr. Shashank Watane, Senior Vice President International Business, shared data and insights, shaping the brand’s future endeavors.

Mr. Hashmukh Gohil expressed his enthusiasm about the event, stating: “I am proud of our collective achievements in reaching and providing economical agricultural solutions to over 1.5 million farmers’ families worldwide. Looking ahead to 2030, our ambitious target is to extend this impact to 4.0 million farmers’ families.”

The event also emphasized Shaktiman’s commitment to sustainability, with a focus on the company’s goals for water and carbon footprint reduction. In 2023, Shaktiman achieved a 58% water usage reduction, projecting a 62% reduction in 2024, with an ambitious goal of 80% reduction by 2030. Similarly, the company aims for an 80% reduction in carbon emissions by 2030.

Shaktiman acknowledges the crucial role farmers play. Through various initiatives, Shaktiman strives to make a positive impact on the lives of farmers, fostering sustainable agricultural practices and contributing to the betterment of rural communities.


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