Sonalika Tractors sells 11,478 units in India in November

Company says it is leading industry growth by selling highest number of tractors, overall sales stand at 92,913 units


SonalikaSonalika Tractors has expressed gratitude to farmers across the world for their confidence and trust shown month on month during financial year 2020-21 in the company’s customised and technologically advanced product portfolio.

One of India’s leading tractor manufacturers and top exports brand in the country, Sonalika said the undaunted support of farmers during the pre-season as well as during the festival season has powered the company to register 71 per cent domestic growth in November 2020.

It said it has sold 11,478 tractors, surpassing the estimated industry growth of around 49 per cent. Sonalika has overall (domestic and exports) registered 92,913 tractors sales in FY’21 YTD (April- Nov’20).

According to Raman Mittal, Executive Director, Sonalika Group, “I am pleased to share that our strategy to offer customised farming solutions has won us the farmer’s trust in our technologically advanced products.”

He said the ‘noteworthy trust’ has powered them to surpass industry growth month after month by a significant margin. “Our customised tractors and implements are designed with advanced features to offer significant increase in the farmer’s productivity and thus making us the No.1 choice for farmers,” he added.

Mahabali series

Mittal also said that as they enter the festive season in southern region, farming activities are at peak during this time of the year.

He added that they are fully geared up with their Mahabali series, which is the World’s first Puddling special tractor custom made to meet the crop and soil requirements of farmers in south India.

(With inputs from Automotive Lead Research Team)

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