OPINION: As pointed out in this column a while back, a new special agricultural trade envoy (SATE) has now been appointed…
The tractor and machinery industry is welcoming a challenge by the Minister of Agriculture to train New Zealanders rather than continue relying on seasonal migrant workers.
Tractor and machinery importers, manufacturers and dealers gathered recently in Wellington for the inaugural conference of the New Zealand Tractor and Machinery Association (TAMA).
Sales of tractors and farm machinery so far in 2019 are steady versus 2018 but challenges loom, says Tractor and Machinery Association (TAMA) president John Tulloch.
Tractor importers and distributors have a healthy 2018 report card from the Tractor and Machinery Association (TAMA).
Sales of tractors and farm machinery hit a new record in 2018 and there are no signs of a slow down.
Sales of tractors are up 17% on this time last year and could set a record by year-end, says NZ Tractor and Machinery Association (TAMA) president John Tulloch.
The world's tractor market looked healthy in 2017, with 2.1 million sales – up about 13% on the 2016 total of 1.9 million units.
With regional field days right upon us, tractor importers and dealers should have a smile on their faces given the sales results just released for the 2017 year.
Farmers and contractors are still ready to spend on technology if it will save them money, says the New Zealand Tractor and Machinery Association (TAMA).
Kiwi farmers need to be cautious when purchasing farm machinery directly from overseas vendors, warns the Tractor and Machinery Association of New Zealand (TAMA).