AGCO awarded major contract in China

  • 22-Oct-2009 08:48 EDT

AGCO Corp. has been awarded a contract by the Heilongjiang provincial government in China to deliver more than 300 Valtra tractors to the province by the end of the year. These units will help meet the needs of the Heilongjiang province for advanced agricultural technologies. The Valtra T191h tractors to be delivered to the province will further contribute to the sustainable growth of the local agricultural sector. With the delivery of the machines, AGCO will conduct large-scale technical training for more than 1000 local end users. The planned training will allow the local end users to better understand modern agricultural equipment as well as operational and maintenance knowledge.

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