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Sinomach YTO eyes BRI for bigger farm biz


Sinomach subsidiary YTO Group Corporation is further expanding its presence in the global agricultural machinery market, especially in countries and regions participating in the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

Seeing tremendous potential in the farm management market for years to come, the company, a leading agricultural and construction machinery manufacturer in China, has accelerated its development in farm equipment, power machinery, and vehicles in economies participating in the BRI.

Delivery of a number of overseas orders for tractors has proved that YTO's products are popular among worldwide customers. Seventy-six small and medium-horsepower tractors will be sent to Syria, and the first of the YTO-NME series will debut in Azerbaijan.

These small- and medium-horsepower tractors produced by YTO are awaiting shipment to Syria. [Photo/YTO]

These examples of the new YTO-NME series, the design of which has been optimized, are on their way to Azerbaijan. [Photo/YTO]

The YTO-NME, with an enlarged grille on its front protective cover, is equipped with a new cab, improving the overall design.

To develop new overseas markets, YTO has done a lot of research on the Tanzanian market, where, in June this year, it signed a sample supply contract with a new customer. Sample machines have now been produced and passed acceptance via video link, and are awaiting shipment.