Indian team learns about Allround Harvester

Maheshwar Dutt Sharma
CEO India
05 November 2013
Source / Author: Maheshwar Dutt Sharma
05 November 2013
The Indian technical manager, sales manager and a mechanic are in Andijk Holland to study the prototype of the harvester, designed for India.

Technical manager Sukhvinder Singh, sales manager Satvinder Singh and co-ordinator of assembly Vipin Kumar are visiting the Factory in Andijk, Holland to learn all about the new harvester.

After the very successful introduction of storage solutions together with loading/unloading and grading/sorting lines, we realized that mechanical harvesting should be the next step. Mechanical harvesting decreases the period in the warm air before being stored dramatically for the potatoes. A difference of 2-3 degrees inbound temperature results in a prolongation of 6-7 weeks storage time!

The Allround harvester is designed for the specific requirements of India. It is surely not a copy of European harvesters. Since importing this kind of machines is very expensive, the prototype will be transported to India after finishing. As from 2014 the harvester will be produced in the Indian factory with vital parts which are not available in India, imported from Holland.

We will keep you posted through our news items on this website on the developments, tests and maiden runs of our harvester. Furthermore we will have footage of our harvester at work on the fields in India during the Potato Expo 2014 in Chandigarh.

We hope to see you there!
 

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